According to Blabbermouth Alice will be making an appearance on a new album by Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell along with other guests including Rob Halford and Dee Snider. The album, entitled 'Old Lions Still Roar', is due later this year through Nuclear Blast Records.
Revolver magazine has a new interview with Alice which you can read here, and as I forgot to mention it last week the Hollywood Vampires are also in the new issue of 'Planet Rock' magazine in the UK.
Dennis Dunaway was on WJCU's 'Metal On Metal' show a few days ago and they played 'Cold Cold Coffin' during the interview. Unfortunately I've yet to find anywhere the show is available to listen to. Dennis and Blue Coupe will be at the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland on July 14th where they will show 'Live From The Astroturf, Alice Cooper' and 'Cold Cold Coffin' as part of the Halls 'Alice Cooper Fan Day'.
And speaking of Blue Coupe, everyone should check out the amazing video of the band and Ryan Roxie performing 'Godzilla' and 'Black JuJu' at Sweden Rock last month. It's professionally recorded and brilliant!
Nita Strauss has announced a few guitar clinics over the next few weeks. You can catch her at:
July 16th - George's Music, North Wales, PA at 6PM
July 18th - N Stuff Music, Pittsburgh, PA at 6PM
July 20th - Rock City Music Company, Livonia, MI at 1PM
July 30th - The Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney, TX at 7PM
"The Bozho" has an article about the time Alice Cooper received the key to Madison, WI in the 70s including a few old news clippings.
The Longmont Observer has an article about the guy who's been making leather gear for the Hollywood Vampires including Johnny's guitar strap and Alice's belt with close up photos.
In the 'really obscure connections' department check out this article about long gone Phoenix band Gentleman AfterDark. Some people may remember this band as their album was produced by Alice and Dick Wagner way back in the '80s. In fact drummer Winston Watson actually played a few shows with Alice as well. Their name has resurfaced after one of their old songs turned up on the soundtrack for the new series of Netflix's 'Stranger Things', and the article has some background about the band and their work with Alice and Dick. Tuscon Weekly also has a similar article.