ALICE COOPER's Interview With THE KNACK's DOUG FIEGER To Re-Air Monday

Following the untimely death last week of THE KNACK's Doug Fieger, producers of the syndicated radio show "Nights With Alice Cooper" have scheduled a re-broadcast of an interview that first aired on August 2, 2006. Alice and Doug, both Detroit natives, had long shared mutual admiration so the encounter was especially warm. It will air worldwide on Monday, February 22.

A preview of the friends' encounter can be streamed using the audio player below.

Alice Cooper is the is the host of "Nights with Alice Cooper", produced and distributed by the United Stations Radio Networks. Alice anchors 30 hours per week of original classic rock programming. Alice's time slot reaches 1.1 million listeners (12+) each week, and his affiliates have a weekly reach of over 6 millions listeners.

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