Alice performs at Benefit

Alice Cooper took part in a cancer research benefit show yesterday in Oklahoma City performing Chuck Berry's 'Nadine' with country star Vince Gill. He will also take part in the charity golf tournament today.

Michigan Live have a short interview with Alice.

Apparently 'Trash' and 'Hey Stoopid' will be reissued in Japan in September on BLU SPEC 2 CDs. 'Trash' will feature two bonus tracks and 'Hey Stoopid' will have three.

Nita Strauss is working with All Axcess on instructional guitar videos the first two of which you can see courtesy of Blabbermouth. There's also a new interview with her at the Examiner.

Jason Hook (Alice Cooper/Five Finger Death Punch) is working on a new solo album which he says will feature a guest apearance by Alice.

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Posted on 30 Jun 2014 by Si
Alice And Theory Of A Deadman

Check out the new lyric video for the song 'Savages' by metal band 'Theory Of A Dead Man' which features guest vocals from Alice Cooper himself, courtesy of Revolver Magazine.

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Posted on 24 Jun 2014 by Si
Nita Talks Alice Cooper

Guitar World has a few words from Nita Strauss on joining the Alice band for the forthcoming tour.

'Supermensch: The Legend Of Shep Gordon' will get a limited theater release in the UK next month, Check out where you can see it here.

Alice is looking for anyone who has photos, stories, artifacts and witnessed the legendary Hollywood Vampires drinking club at the Whisky A Go Go back in the mid 70s, members of which included Alice, Keith Moon, Mickey Dolenz and John Lennon. He’s asking for people to share their encounters with the Vampires on Twitter using the #HollywoodVampires. This is for the forthcoming covers album project.

Blabbermouth have a video interview with Keri Kelli and Project Rock in Russia.

Louise Goffin talks to American Songwriters about the guest appearance of Alice, Johnny Depp, Tommy, and Glen on her single “Watching The Sky Turn Blue.

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Posted on 24 Jun 2014 by Si
New Alice Cooper Comic In September

Dynamite Comics have announced a new ongoing Alice Cooper comic book series starting in September. Issue 1 will  feature two covers; a main cover by comic book legend David Mack (Kabuki), as well as an Exclusive Photo incentive cover featuring Alice himself. The interior pages are drawn by Eman Casallos.
The press release continues as follows:

"In Alice Cooper #1, rock n' roll legend Alice Cooper was never a stranger to the mystic and the macabre. His stage shows were the stuff of legend, featuring snakes, pyrotechnics, and the invocation of dark themes and darker forces. But while he was a legend in the waking world, few knew his role as "The Lord of Nightmares" beyond it, where he watched over us while we dreamed, and delivered horrors unto the deserving. Only, someone took it all away from him, cast him out of his realm and locked him away... until now. And if he's going to reclaim his dark throne, he's going to need all the help he can get!
"We're doing cool things with Dynamite," Cooper said. "I always say that the best thing about being in a comic book is that they draw you with great abs! Artistically, for me there is hardly a better medium.  There is so much you can do in the form of a comic that we'd never been able to do on stage.  It's just a different way of storytelling, and it really has almost limitless possibilities.  We're looking forward to stretching the existing boundaries of the comic medium again.  We have new stories to tell, but we'll do it with the same theatrical, sinister sensibility that comes with the name ‘Alice Cooper'.  This is just the beginning!  Welcome to my new Nightmares!"
"Alice Cooper is one of the great, enduring rock personas, first and foremost," says writer Joe Harris. "Alice Cooper has a fantastic visual hook, as he made use of the signature eye black that defines his character. I hope they enjoy what they'll see as a fun take and interpretation on an iconic character."
"Alice Cooper's on-stage persona, the ultimate shock rocker, is perfect for comic books," Nick Barrucci, CEO and Publisher of Dynamite, said.  "From his comic book debut in Marvel Premiere to The Last Temptation by Neil Gaiman, I've enjoyed the appearances Alice has made in comics.  We are excited to develop captivating and hypnotic comic storylines that incorporate the Sinister Showman's gothic flair and grandiose vision. This is going to be one hell of a ride!"

Dynamite is also releasing a fully-remastered Deluxe Edition printing of Neil Gaiman's The Last Temptation, the groundbreaking graphic novel collaboration between the bestselling author and rock music icon Alice Cooper, with art by Michael Zulli. Neil Gaiman's The Last Temptation will also be offered as an advance solicited book as a special 20th Anniversary Edition. The book is scheduled for an October release. This commemorative edition will be available unsigned as well as signed by the entire creative team - Gaiman, the multiple award-winning author of Sandman, Coraline, and American Gods, alongside artist Michael Zulli, and the Sinister Showman himself, Alice Cooper!
The new edition celebrates the 20th anniversary of the project, the first printing since its original Marvel run, presented in color, featuring Michael Zulli's art remastered by David Curiel at InLight Studios! This collection contains complete scripts to all three issues, plus Neil Gaiman's original outline and correspondence with Alice Cooper. Re-enter the world of the Grand Guignol and the Theatre of the Real as Dynamite celebrates the release of this classic series!"

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Posted on 19 Jun 2014 by Si
Shep On TV

Shep Gordon is still doing the rounds promoting 'Supermensch: The Legend Of Shep Gordon' including appearing on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' on Tuesday parts of which you can see here and here, and appearing on 'Late Night with Seth Myers' last night. There's also a new article on the Daily Californian.

Ken Bloor has posted photos and video from Ryan Roxie's show last week in Bedford.

Hard Rock magazine in France has a 5 page article about Alice and the 'Super Duper' movie.

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Posted on 19 Jun 2014 by Si
Welcome Aboard Nita

According to 'That Metal Show' host Eddie Trunk the guitarist taking over from Orianthi for the forthcoming tour is Iron Maidens and LA Kiss guitarist Nita Strauss. Trunk posts: "The tour marks the debut of Alice’s new guitarist Nita Strauss, who was recently ranked #1 on Guitar World’s list of “10 Female Guitar Players You Should Know.” She takes the place of Orianthi, who has toured with Cooper for the past few years. Nita, who has made her name in bands including the Iron Maidens, Femme Fatale, and LA Kiss, joins Alice’s band’s three guitar attack, which also features guitarists Ryan Roxie and Tommy Henriksen, plus longtime bassist Chuck Garric and drummer Glen Sobel."

NPR and Go San Angelo have new interviews with Mike Myers and Shep Gordon about 'Supermensch'.

Rock Cellar Magazine and The Guardian have new interviews with Alice.

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Posted on 12 Jun 2014 by Si
Ryan Roxie In Store In Appearance Edinburgh

Ryan Roxie will be making a special appearance at HMV in Edinburgh tomorrow before his show at Bannermans. You can win tickets by contacting HMV direct.

Roxie and Orianthi were also interviewed at Sweden Rock by radio station P4 which you can find here.

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Posted on 10 Jun 2014 by Si
London Roxie Show Canceled

Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances Gilby Clarke has had to cancel his London show at the Underworld on Thursday, which included Ryan Roxie's supporting slot appearance. Roxie will still play the Bedford show the following night (this Friday) which is less then an hour from London, and there apparently are trains from St Pancras station to Bedford.

Also a reminder that Blue Coupe are in Europe in the next week with shows in Spain and France. They are:
June 11th Madrid, Spain - La Botte
June 12th Barcelona, Spain - Boveda
June 13th Vaureal, France - Le Forum
June 14th France - Foire Internationale, Rock Exposition

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Posted on 09 Jun 2014 by Si
Catching Up

Rob Zombie joined Alice and the band for 'School's Out' at the Sweden Rock festival a couple of days ago.

Plzenska1 have posted video of Alice meeing his rhino friend the other day.

Rock Cellar magazine has a new interview with Alice.

There's some French press for tonights show including Ouest France, and ConcertLive plus a look back at the 1982 shows at Republicain.

'Supermensch: The Legend Of Shep Gordon' is getting a fair amount of press at the moment including one article at the  Hollywood Insider.

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Posted on 08 Jun 2014 by Si
New Interviews

Decibel Geek have posted a new audio interview with Chuck Garric talking about Beasto Blanco and behind the scenes stuff from working with Alice.
 

Guitar International have a new interview with Alice while Blabbermouth have a video interview of Dee Snider interviewing Alice and Sheryl at the Golden Gods.

According to a Facebook post by the Official Alice Cooper page "Hello Hooray" can be heard in the new X-Men film "Days Of Future Past".

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Posted on 05 Jun 2014 by Si
Sweden Rock to be Streamed?

Apparently the Sweden Rock Festival, which features both Alice Cooper and Roxie 77, will be streamed on Sweden Rock Radio. How much will be aired is unclear. Alice is also featured in this months Sweden Rock magazine.

With the new tour now off and running Alice took a few minutes to 'christen a rhino' while in Plzen. Yep, you read that right, apparently the Metalfest festival is staged in the grounds of a local zoo and they had a new born rhino.

FasterLouder has a new interview with Alice taking about various subjects.

Artisan News have posted 70 minutes of interviews from the Revolver Golden Gods awards a few weeks back and about half way through you can catch Alice for a minute or so.

The New York Post has an article about 'Supermensch: The Shep Gordon Story'.

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Posted on 02 Jun 2014 by Si
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