ALICE COOPER PLAY A SPECIAL SHOW IN A BAR!
Alice Cooper played an impromptu after-party show last night (Wednesday, October 15) at Dan McGuiness, a bar in Nashville, Tennessee, after a concert with MÖTLEY CRÜE earlier in the night at Bridgestone Arena.
Alice invited fans via Twitter to the club, where he and his band played a set of classic rock covers, including "Revolution" of the beatles, "Break On Through" of the doors, "School's Out" of his own, "My generation" of the Who and "Another Brick In The Wall" of pink Floyd.
You can see videos of that special mini show below.
Alice Cooper has completed work on a covers album featuring songs that were originally written and recorded by THE DOORS, Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon and THE WHO, members of the so-called "Hollywood vampires" of the early and mid-'70s. The CD, which is expected spring 2015, will also include "four new songs," of Alice
Mentions of this project, which focuses on music from friends that Cooper lost along the way, has been mentioned as far back as the summer of 2012. Cooper was reportedly nearing completion of the record last summer. Cooper now says fans won’t be hearing it until 2015.
“It’s pretty much done now,” Cooper tells Vanyaland, “But I don’t think it will see the light of day until next year because we’ve got the Motley Crue tour for 72 shows and we don’t have the time to wrap a show around the covers album until next year.” Alice said.
So stay tune, we going to have an update on that Alice's project!
by Mario L. Anderson