ALICE COOPER Featured On NASDAQ Video Screen In Times Square

ALICE COOPER Featured On NASDAQ Video Screen In Times Square

It was a "paranormal" occurrence as Alice Cooper's image showed up mysteriously on the NASDAQ video screen in Times Square this week — just as more than a hundred world leaders converge on New York City at the United Nations.

Last month, Cooper released the live album "A Paranormal Evening At The Olympia Paris". The legendary rocker is continuing to tour in support of his most recent album, 2017's "Paranormal". The current leg of the trek runs through October, ending just in time for Cooper to celebrate Halloween.

"Paranormal" was Cooper's first studio album in six years. Produced by Bob Ezrin, it was immediately saluted as a classic Alice Cooper album, featuring collaborations with iconic guests such as ZZ TOP's Billy Gibbons, U2's Larry Mullen, Jr. and DEEP PURPLE's Roger Glover, as well Neal Smith, Dennis Dunaway and Michael Bruce — the three original Alice Cooper band members.

The album charted at #4 in the German and Australian official album charts, #6 in the U.K. and in Sweden and overall, it reached the highest chart positions for Alice in several decades.

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