ALICE COOPER drummer Glen Sobel — whose other credits include Vivian Campbell, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES, SIXX: A.M. and Paul Gilbert — has uploaded drum-cam footage of the song "Dirty Diamonds" from the very last show of the 2012 Cooper tour in Indio, California. The concert marked the end of a six-month run, which saw Sobel missing five weeks in the middle due to a neck injury before returning at the beginning of the fall leg.
Cooper will host the 12th annual Christmas Pudding charity event this Saturday, December 8 at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix. The event will see Alice and his band backing up and playing host to special guests Sebastian Bach, former EAGLES guitarist Don Felder, and once again, Johnny Depp on guitar. Depp joined Alice and company on stage for eight songs in Los Angeles last Thursday at The Orpheum Theater.
In other news, Sobel will be back with DEF LEPPARD guitarist Vivian Campbell's L.A. cover band SIR SAWOFF & THE TRAINWRECKS who are scheduled to appear at the Baked Potato in North Hollywood, California on Friday, January 11.
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