ALICE IS HEADING TO PARADISE ISLAND IN THE BAHAMAS THIS WEEK TO PARTICIPATE IN THE MICHAEL DOUGLAS AND FRIENDS GOLF TOURNAMENT.
Other celebrities slated to attend are Michael Douglas, Don Cheadle, Kevin Costner, Josh Duhamel, Clint Eastwood, Kenny G., Andy Garcia, Teri Hatcher, Samuel L. Jackson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Greg Kinnear, Matt Lauer, Heather Locklear, Kyle MacLachlan, Matthew McConaughey, Jack Nicholson, Adam Sandler, Sylvester Stallone, Will Smith, Robert Wagner, Mark Wahlberg, Luke Wilson & James Woods. THE TOURNAMENT PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE MOTION PICTURE & TELEVISION FUND, AND PLAN!T NOW
REVIEW OF THE NEWLY RELEASED DVD "THE STRANGE CASE OF ALICE COOPER" POSTED TO GROUNDCONTROLMAG.COM - "The Seventies were an interesting time for rock n' roll. By then, the music was already old enough to vote but rock n' roll had become increasingly about the show and the showmanship which went along with the music. By 1975, David Bowie was doing shows so big they famously used a cherry-picker arm and featured the services of entire theatrical teams to block a concert and let him sit suspended over the first few rows of his audience. Elton John and The Who presented lengthy and dramatic albums to adoring fans in stadiums while could barely contain their presence. KISS had already shown up dressed to kill and rock and rolled all night and partied every day with the biggest, hottest show in the world. All of that pageantry was awesome; it was everything rock n' roll had been played up to be by writers like Lester Bangs and Cameron Crowe in the pages of Creem and Rolling Stone for a decade. It was played up as lawless, crazy, exciting, otherworldly and outside of society because “the man” just couldn't snuff out, stifle or contain the energy of youth..." READ MORE HERE. BUY THE DVD HERE.
MAN ABOUT TOWN POSTS REVIEW OF "THE STRANGE CASE OF ALICE COOPER -
“Alice Cooper” was more than just your typical hard rock band. The early years were that of the “Alice Cooper” persona still searching for identity. Coming into the time when “Alice” first smeared on his heavy mascara under “Frank Zappa’s” direction, his extended facial lashes streamed above and below his eyes in a darkened extension of his alter ego. This brought us into the realm of his “Love it to Death” album, firing into the charts with “I’m Eighteen”, a confused anthem of a young man who’s caught between being a boy and a man..." READ MORE HERE.
ALICE ON THE COVER OF SHOCK HORROR MAGAZINE, ISSUE #9. PREORDER LINK
INSIDE THE ISSUE:
• Interview with Alice Cooper on Horror Movies, Dark Shadows and banned videos!
• Interview with Tony Todd aka The Candyman
• Interview with Punk Horror band Calabrese
• Return of the Living Dead's Linnea Quigley interview
• Demons Feature with exclusive samples from the comic
• The Orphan Killers Diane Foster as Issue 10's Trash Girl
• Jeff Zornow
• Leeds Zombie Festival
• Regular column from Suzi Lorraine, Sarah French + usual reviews and features
ALICE INTERVIEWED BY BRAVEWORDS.COM
"Rock icon ALICE COOPER needs no introduction. He called in to BraveWords.com head office recently for a twenty minute ‘sprint’ interview. We moved quickly from topic to topic speaking about his upcoming tour with Iron Maiden, his role in the Tim Burton movie Dark Shadows with Johnny Depp, and so much more. " READ MORE HERE