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It's been a pretty quiet couple of weeks, and I've been holding out for some bigger news to include the smaller things but there really hasn't been much, so here's a quick catch up before reports start coming in about tomorrows Christmas Pudding show.

Ace Frehley has been chatting about his touring plans next year and has suggested he will be playing shows with Alice Cooper around July/August next year. We only have two confirmed 2019 dates so far, and they are festivals, but there's no reason to think it isn't true and I still expect 2019 tour dates soon.

Guitar World has a new interview with Alice talking about some of the guitarists he's worked with over the years.

'Do You Know Jack' has a new interview with Neal Smith promoting his 'Halloween' KillSmith compilation album which you can listen to via YouTube.

New Jersey Arts has a report from the November 30th 'Wham Bam Thank You Glam!' show at the City Winery, NYC which featured Dennis Dunaway among others. They also have video of Dennis performing 'Under My Wheels' and a few words with Cindy Smith Dunaway.

AZCentral has a great interview with Calico Cooper talking about Beasto Blanco and her career to date.

The full version of Alice's appearance with Udo Lindenberg, performing 'No More M Nice Guy' a few months back, is now available to watch on YouTube.

Nita Strauss, who's still out on tour promoting her new solo album, is still getting a fair amount of press coverage. She's interviewed on 'Chasing Glory with Lilian Garcia' which you can find on Soundcloud

Some years back you may remember that guitar playing computer games were all the rage, and some had various Alice Cooper songs available. Well 'Rocksmith' is one such game that is still releasing content and they have a new pack of three AC songs available - 'School's Out', 'Poison', and 'Billion Dollar Babies'. They are available in the X-Box and Playstation stores.

It appears Rhino Records will be reissuing the original 'Greatest Hits' on vinyl early next year. No more details as yet.

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Posted on 07 Dec 2018 by SickthingsUK

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Tour Dates 2019
(Subject To Change)

3-4th May - Domination Festival, Mexico City, Mexico Info

11-13th July - Roxodus Festival, Edenvale, Ontario Info

(1st Aug - Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA??? )Info

31st Aug - Riverside Open Air Festival, Aarburg, CH Info

3rd Sept - Le Dome, Marseille, FR Info

5th Sept - Arkea Arena, Bordeaux, FR Info

7th Sept - Palacio Vistalegre, Madrid, ES Info

8th Sept - Sant Jordi Club, Barcelona, ES Info

10th Sept - Pala Alpitour, Turin, IT Info

11th Sept - Sap Arena, Mannheim, DE Info

13th Sept - Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, DE Info

15th Sept - Incheba Expo Arena, Bratislava, SK Info

16th Sept - Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, AU Info

18th Sept - Porsche-Arena, Stuttgart, DE Info

20th Sept - La Seine Musicale, Paris, FR Info

21st Sept - Forest National, Brussels, BE Info

23rd Sept - Barclaycard Arena Hamburg, DE Info

25th Sept - Royal Arena Copenhagen, DK Info

27th Sept - Hovet Stockholm, SE ?? Info

28th Sept - Partille Arena Gothenburg, SE Info

30th Sept - Leipzig Arena Leipzig, DE Info

1st October - Olympiahalle Munich, DE Info

2nd October - 013 Tilburg, NL Info


More To Come!

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June 8th - Sweden Rock, Solvesborg, SE Info

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