Alice Cooper Archives

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Would a custom message from an Arizona Diamondback tickle your sports-loving spouse? Would your rocker friend be thrilled by a birthday greeting from Alice Cooper? Such are the celebrity close encounters you can book via Cameo, a video sharing website that allows fans to receive personalized videos or direct messages from their favorite celebrity for a set price. More than 30,000 actors, musicians, athletes, authors and reality TV stars can be commissioned to wish you...

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Dave Dahlstrom The Goodyear Air Force vet, who voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, will be voting for Joe Biden after his wife died due to COVID-19. Dahlstrom believes many coronavirus deaths resulted from Trump’s downplaying of the virus. His story trended nationally in September. Chuck Coughlin The New York Times, Politico and Newsweek have cited the Phoenix political strategist in coverage of Arizona’s U.S. Senate race, which has garnered national attention due...

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With the suspension of large events and many of our favorite venues shut down until further notice, it’s time to get creative when it comes to things to do. From upbeat music to good food to fall festivities, here are five ways to safely celebrate the start of October this weekend. 1. Look on the bright side with Sonoran Desert Chorale. Mesa’s Sonoran Desert Chorale, a renowned choral group that has performed across the globe,...

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It’s official: Everyone loves Danzeisen Dairy. After nabbing partnerships with every local major sports team, Laveen’s multigenerational dairy farm-turned-haute-milk peddler has teamed up with Valley-based shock rocker Alice Cooper on limited-edition leche. Danzeisen’s signature glass bottles – charming throwbacks to the milk delivery services of yesteryear – will bear a portrait of Cooper in stage makeup. A portion of proceeds will benefit Solid Rock Teen Center, Cooper’s organization that serves underprivileged teens.

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On December 14, resident shock rocker Alice Cooper hosts his 18th Christmas Pudding show at Celebrity Theatre with guests including Judas Priest singer Rob Halford and Mark Slaughter, proving once again that yüle is the heaviest holiday ever. Get primed for Cooper’s annual audio anvil with these horrifyingly heavy Christmas songs. “Kidnap the Sandy Claws” – Korn Korn’s cover of this song from Danny Elfman’s The Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack gets an extra dose of...

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1. Deep Purple & Alice Cooper with The Edgar Winter Band at Ak-Chin Pavilion – August 15
Deep Purple continues their Long Goodbye Tour in support of their latest album, “Infinite.” Alice Cooper will join them as he plays all his hits like “School’s Out” and “No More Mr. Nice Guy.” $15+. 6:30-11 p.m. Ak-Chin Pavilion, 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix, concerts1.livenation.com.

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