Below are the complete SickthingsUK news archives going back to 2004 when I first added news to the front page.
NOTE: The further back you go, the less likely it is that links and images will work, because the original sites no longer have the articles.

According to the Great Falls Tribune Alice will be playing the State Fair on August 2nd 2008.

February 26th at 8 pm (Québec, Canada, eastern time): DJ Serge Nadeau will present four songs recorded from the last concert performed by the Dennis Dunaway Project at the Cutting Room (NYC, January 25th), plus a special comment by Dennis.You can listen at

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Posted on 20 Feb 2008 by SickthingsUK

Alice made a surprise appearance (well it surprised us anyway!) on the Late Late Show last night and you can check it out here.

There's also a new audio interview of Alice on the Drew Marshall Show turned up here.

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Posted on 19 Feb 2008 by SickthingsUK has announced that Alice has added an extra show to the March dates and will for the first time be travelling to Seoul, South Korea for a show on March 29th. In other news about the tour, it has come to many people's attention that Kiss are playing some of the same dates Alice is playing, which means that Eric Singer cannot be in two places at once, Once again Brett Fitz, who has stood in for Eric in the past, will be performing at shows where there is a conflict with Kiss dates.

The new issue of Black Velvet Magazine has a review of Alice's November Wembley show in the new issue.

92.3 The Fort is running a competition to play golf with Alice.

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Posted on 17 Feb 2008 by SickthingsUK

The second part of Goldmine magazines interview with Dennis Dunaway is now online here.
(Thanks Roderick)

Calico Cooper appears in a short promo for the 'America's Top Zombie' show which you can see here.

The last issue of French magazine 'Xroads' had a mammoth 14 page article about Alice Cooper including a cool Alice cover.
(Thanks Patrick)

TimesOnline has a new interview with Reb Beach with a few Alice mentions.

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Posted on 12 Feb 2008 by SickthingsUK

Dick Wagner has posted the following update to his website:
"Sorry to be so negligent, but I've found myself being really busy lately and have mostly forgotten that some of you want a health update. It's getting pretty bad when y'all care more about me than I obviously do. My health is on the left arm is improving a lot, no guitar playing yet but it is just a matter of time and the therapy will have brought me back to the stage again. How well I will be able to play is unknown but I will be thankful for every note acheived . Thanks for all the well wishes and yes...I love you too."
(Thanks Brenda)

Further to the old news story about the 'Declare Yourself' project to get various artists to re-record 'I'm Eighteen' to encourage kids to register to vote, the first cover version has arrived by rapper Sean Kingston. You can hear it here but be warned, it's attrocious!

There's been a fair amount of coverage of the Bridgestone Tire advert in the press, mostly pretty positive. The Outsports article is worth mentioning, firstly because it reports that the advert is getting heat from the gay comunity with claims it's homophobic (?!), and secondly because it's an easy way to watch the advert!

SpiegelOnline has a new article on Alice, in German.
(Thanks Jörn)

Avantasia main man Tobias Sammet has been talking about his new album and Alice's involvement in it during an interview posted here.
(Thanks Andrew)

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Posted on 08 Feb 2008 by SickthingsUK

Alice was a guest at the Super Thursday Superbowl event on January 31st at Axis/Radius in Scottsdale. He also appeared at the 944 Poker Tournament on Friday also in Scotsdale. AZFamily have some video.

Calico Cooper will be a judge on the Horror Channel & Mindsplinters Films contest to find 'America´s Top Zombie' on Veoh
Beginning February 1st. Horror fans can upload clips of themselves dressed as zombie and compete for prizes and a shot at being selected "America's Top Zombie." The contest will run for a full month after which judges including Calico will pick the winner.

Nights With Alice Cooper is running a contest to win swag in the run up to Alice's birthday on Monday. Only open to listeners in the USA though.

Ticketek now have all the details online for the forthcoming Australian shows at The Palms.

The new issue of 'Classic Rock Magazine' has a couple of Alice related pieces. The first is a small article about the cover design of 'School's Out' and the other a short review of Mick Mashbir's recent solo album.

Goldmine have posted the first part of their Dennis Dunaway interview which is featured in the current suue. Part 2 to follow.
Musicboxonline have posted a review of the 'Hero' Bowie tribute album which features The Dennis Dunaway Project.

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Posted on 03 Feb 2008 by SickthingsUK
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