Legendary rocker Alice Cooper has posted a new three-and-a-half-minute video clip exploring what his nightmares are like now, 35 years after the original nightmare! Check it out below.
"Welcome 2 My Nightmare", the long-awaited "sequel" to Cooper's 1975 Top Five solo classic "Welcome To My Nightmare", arrives on September 13.
"Welcome 2 My Nightmare" features original ALICE COOPER BAND members Denis Dunaway, Michael Bruce and Neal Smith, who reunited for three tracks; current pop superstar Ke$ha, who affectionately calls Alice "dad" and legendary Alice and Lou Reed guitarist Steve Hunter, who is part of Alice's current touring band and was featured prominently on the first "Nightmare" album.
Alice Cooper will guest on the Friday, September 9 edition of "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on NBC-TV.
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"The Tonight Show" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST. Check local listings for details.
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