Alice Cooper
/ Australia October 2017

With Ace
Frehley

The architect of shock-rock completes stunning 40th anniversary tour!

It was March 1977 when Alice Cooper undertook his first ever concert tour of Australia – and broke attendance records. His triumphant return in 2017 was greeted with lavish reviews

The ‘Newcastle Herald’ review Josh Leeson captured the mood. “There’s no performer like Alice Cooper. No one combines the theatrical, the macabre and the humour with the perfect dose of rock’n’roll brilliance to prevent the spectacle becoming cheesy. Much of that success can be contributed to Cooper‘s marvelous backing band. Almost 50 years in the business has taught the 69-year-old you need to surround yourself with first-class professionals.”

Forty years on and this revered entertainer continues to surprise and exude danger at every turn, thrilling audiences globally. Alice Cooper’s national tour showcased an immense body of work in his most thrilling stage show yet.

Alice was joined by the original KISS “Spaceman” Ace Frehley, as Very Special Guest. Ace performed a 60 minute set covering his many Kiss hits like Talk To Me, Cold Gin, NY Groove and did it all with his infamous smoking guitar!

Alice’s catalogue of hits and anthems, included “I’m Eighteen“, “No More Mr Nice Guy“, “School’s Out” and “Poison“. The music was classic rock ‘n’ roll and the theatrics were mind-blowing.