Alice Cooper is an icon among legends. That’s right he’s a legend even among his own lofty brethren. Last night the 64-year-old lord of shock rock returned to Boise (long overdue we might add) for a packed show at the new Revolution Concert House. Cooper is a rarefied breed of rockstar. He gave birth to a genre that opened doors for the likes of Kiss, New York Dolls, and all the bands that would come later like Marilyn Manson, Motley Crue, and just about any artist who puts theater into their stage performances.
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While most might be wondering when Cooper might settle down, it’s clear from last night’s concert he has no intention of hitting the brakes anytime soon. Armed with one of the best bands in the business, and a crowd fired up by fiery opening act Halestorm, Cooper took the stage in a shower of raining sparks to his classic cover of Judy Collin’s “Hello Hooray”. For the next 90 minutes, and two dozen songs, Cooper and company delivered a tight set of classic Alice as well as newer material, and even a surprise tribute to some fellow legends.
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