Last night saw the 'Alice Cooper Rock and Roll Golf Classic' show in Phoenix, in aid of 'Solid Rock' and 'The Rock' teen center, and the first reports are appearing. Joining Alice were Neal Smith, Alex Lifeson of Rush, Dash Cooper and CO-OP, Kiss guitarist Tommy Thayer, Slash guitarist Frank Sidoris, Chicago drummer Danny Seraphine amongst others. There's video on facebook of Alice, Neal, Alex, Tommy and CO-OP playing 'Eighteen', as well as footage of 'Rock and Roll All Night' and 'Wild Thing'. Alice also sang 'Satisfaction' and 'Johnny B. Goode' while Sheryl and Calico also did a version of 'I Love Rock and Roll'. AZCentral have a great write up with some photos.
It was also announced that the 2016 Christmas Pudding will take place on December 3rd.
Dennis Dunaway and Paul Brenton put together an excellent 80 minute tour of Dennis' 'Snakes Museum' at the Chiller theater this weekend with Dennis telling stories and showing some of the amazing items they had on display. You can see it in the 'Snakes, Guillotines, Electric Chairs' facebook group but you may need to be a member to view the video. Alice, Michael and Kane Roberts were also at Chiller show and stopped by the museum.
Alice was on radio station WLVQ talking about Prince, Axl/DC, The Pudding, Vampires and the tour.
Joe Perry talks Hollywood Vampires in a new interview for Syracuse.com.