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.

From Ryan Roxie:
Through cooperation with the Musik Borsen music store chain, 'meet and greet' signing sessions will take place with members of ALL 3 bands (Roxie 77, Electric Boys, and of course The Alice Cooper band) the afternoons before the Swedish shows on December 14th and 15th.
Confirmed band members so far include Ryan Roxie & Anton Korberg from Roxie 77, Conny Bloom & Andy Christell from Electric Boys, and Keri Kelli & Chuck Garric from the AC band.
A great chance to start the 'Big Rock Show' a bit early and meet some of the 'rock'n'rollas' from your favorite bands!
Stay tuned for further details and exact time and location info....

As many of you will know the STUK crew will be out on the UK tour for the next couple of weeks, so news updates will unfortunatly not always be as frequent as I generally like. Keep an eye on the forums where news will likely be posted before you see it here, and as usual I'll catch up with everything when we get back.

"Let the show begin....."

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Posted on 23 Nov 2009 by SickthingsUK

Keep your eyes open for the follow Alice appearances in the UK:

Monday 23rd. November:
- BBC Breakfast (BBC One and BBC News Channel)
- London Tonight, ITV1
- BBC Radio 5 live Simon Mayo (14:00)

Tuesday 24th. November:
- BBC Radio 2 - Steve Wright Show

Sunday 29th. November:
- "The Observer" - in the "Travel" section

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Posted on 22 Nov 2009 by SickthingsUK

Alice is featured in The Times (UK) today, including a full colour cover photo from the current show, and the feature is available online here.

The Radio Times says that Alice will be on the Johnny Walker BBC Radio 2 show on Sunday 22nd November at 15:00 to 17:00.
(Thanks Leighton)

The Express And Star also has a new interview with Alice.

There's over 100 photos from the Slovakia show up now in the STUK photo gallery courtesy of Maťo. Thanks!

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Posted on 20 Nov 2009 by SickthingsUK

Kane Roberts has posted a very interesting article about his time with Alice at his site which you can read here

The Telegraph has a short interview with Alice.

This years Alice Cooper Golf Tournament, which took place on November 7th, raised $35,000 for the Solid Rock Foundation.

Nights With Alice Cooper have posted the winners from the 'Keeping Halloween Alice' video competition.

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Posted on 19 Nov 2009 by SickthingsUK

Alice will be a guest  on the 'The Radcliffe and Maconie Show' on Radio 2, 8-10pm, on Monday 30th November.

There's a new blog on, this time written by Damon Johnson.

Chuck Garric has added 10 brand new songs by his band 'The Barons' to his MySpace page which are DEFINITLY worth checking out. An album with be forthcoming soon!
You can also follow what Chuck's up to now on Twitter.

Dick Wagner has a new CD out entitled 'Full Meltdown'. It's a collection of "some lost songs from Dick's rockin' past. These are kick ass rockers that were lost and not released". It includes Dick's version of "Might As Well Be On Mars". Youcan take a listen and get all the details here.

The Quietus has an interview and pics with Alice.

Female First have a short write up about the forthcoming UK tour.

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Posted on 14 Nov 2009 by SickthingsUK

Hi-Desert Star has a report about the karaoke contest Alice appeared at in the Fantasy Springs casino last week.

The excellent DDP album 'Bones From The Yard' is now available to listen to on

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Posted on 05 Nov 2009 by SickthingsUK

Alice will be a guest on 'Last Call with Carson Daly' on November 4th at 1:35am in the USA.

Alice also turns up on the latest episode of "That Metal Show' in the US which features a look behind of the 'Theatre of Death' tour.

Planet Rock and The Mirror are running competitions to win tickets for the UK tour.

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Posted on 02 Nov 2009 by SickthingsUK
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