Catching up on a few things from this week:
Alice took part in the Barry Simon MSA Charity show last weekend and performed 'School's Out' and 'Brown Sugar' with Sin City Sinners. The Las Vegas Sun has a lengthy report from the event.
The forthcoming Alice Cooper documentary 'Super Duper Alice Cooper', which get's it's official premiere next month at the Tribeca Film Festival, is starting to get a fair amount of press leading up to it's first showing. The film is discribed as "Taking us through his life and career, Alice presents his story in the first ever "doc opera" film — a dizzying blend of documentary archive footage, animation, and rock opera. ...through exclusive interviews with members of the original Alice Cooper band, Elton John, Iggy Pop, John Lydon and Dee Snider."
This years 'Rock and Roll Golf Classic' is also getting closer with the announcement of a special "Killer Evening with RoboCoop' before the tournament on April 27th at the Las Sendas Golf Club in Mesa, AZ. Also featuring will be Tom Arnold, Don Felder (Eagles), Kevin Sorbo and Tommy Thayer (KIss). Proceeds go to SolidRock.
The Daily Express of all places has an new interview with Shep Gordon talking about the forthcoming 'Supermensch' movie about him.
Orianthi has joined in promoting the Fretlight Guitar Learning System which Alice was promoting a few months back. The system is "the world's fastest and most innovative way to learn to play guitar."
Dick Wagner is apparently playing a show in London on August 13th. However it seems to be part of an expensive 6 day London "holiday" and no venue is stated. Dick also has a show in Chatham, ON, Canada on March 14th AND was interviewed on Fox Phoenix a video of which you can see here.