Alice Cooper is an American singer, songwriter, and talented musician who has been producing music since the 1960s. Alice Cooper is considered a shock rocker whose live performances usually involve fake blood, electric chairs, guillotines, sword fights, and other macabre themed theatrics. Alice Cooper first went mainstream with their classic hit, “I’m Eighteen” from their Love It to Death album released in 1971. Their follow up, “School’s Out”, released in 1972, launched their career into full motion. Alice Cooper was also nominated for two Grammy Awards during this time. Alice Cooper is perhaps best known off stage for his witty and entertaining persona. Alice Cooper is one of the first legendary metal performers to pioneer the genre. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011. That same year, Alice Cooper announced that he would be co-headlining a tour with Rob Zombie, called the Gruesome Twosome Tour. Alice Cooper later co-headlined tours with Iron Maiden and Motley Crue, among many other big names in metal. 2015 saw a documentary made about Alice Cooper, titled Super Duper Alice Cooper, which detailed his long career in music and inventive performance style as well as going on to win several film festival awards. Alice Cooper has sold out arenas and stadiums of all sizes all across the world and performed at some of the biggest metal music festivals internationally. Alice Cooper live performances are known for their stage theatrics and shock rock style of music, wherein Alice Cooper will often engage in macabre performances during or in between his songs, like spraying fake blood on the audience or biting the heads off of baby dolls. Don’t miss out on your next chance to see Alice Cooper live in concert at the next Alice Cooper performance near you. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Alice Cooper Tickets.
Alice Cooper Tour 2015 Tour
In 2015, Alice Cooper performed at various stadiums and metal music festivals, selling out most of his shows. During his 2015 live concerts, Alice Cooper performed many of his classic, fan favorite hits, such as “School’s Out” and “I’m Eighteen”, as well as various songs spanning his entire musical career. Alice Cooper also performed songs from his 2011 album, Welcome 2 My Nightmare, his 26th studio album commemorating the 30th anniversary of one of his first albums, Welcome to My Nightmare, recorded with former Alice Cooper band members. Alice Cooper live performances are characteristic of his inventive shock rock style and include many theatrical and macabre acts which coincide with his music.