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Do we think the current Alice Cooper Band will slip in any UK dates around the main shows ?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 1:28 pm 
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I would love it, also hoping Dennis adds glasgow to his book signings.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 10:56 am 
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dadascot wrote:
I would love it, also hoping Dennis adds glasgow to his book signings.


How many book signings is he doing in total? I've seen London and Brum.


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bigbradwolf wrote:
dadascot wrote:
I would love it, also hoping Dennis adds glasgow to his book signings.


How many book signings is he doing in total? I've seen London and Brum.


Two at present.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 12:48 pm 
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Si wrote:
bigbradwolf wrote:
dadascot wrote:
I would love it, also hoping Dennis adds glasgow to his book signings.


How many book signings is he doing in total? I've seen London and Brum.


Two at present.


Being on different days to the actual concerts it could be a logistical issue for people who have to travel further afield. I'm sure somebody mentioned about a book signing in Glasgow on Dennis's Facebook page and he responded that due to tour schedule it wasn't possible. I'm presuming by this that they will travel down to Birmingham after the Glasgow gig and will spend the Monday and Tuesday in Brum.


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You have to be prepared to travel for the book signings, but I'm sure they will be worth it. I live in Devon but going to the gig in Glasgow and then taking the train to London the following Friday for the signing.

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