ALICE COOPER's Radio Show Picked Up By Boston's WZLX-FM

Jessica Heslam of reports that Alice Cooper's syndicated radio show, "Nights with Alice Cooper", has been picked up by Boston's WZLX-FM.

"I don't do politics. Hate politics," said Cooper, who said rock and politics don't mix. "Rock 'n' roll is entertainment. Since when do we rockers know anything about politics?"

Cooper's radio show was on just five stations when it debuted nearly three years ago. Now, it's heard on more than 100 stations.

"I go to deeper music. I come from the '60s, '70s era and I think a lot of that classic rock gets lost. And with that, every single artist I play I know," Cooper told

"I can tell stories about people that DJs can't do. I can say things about artists that DJs can't say. The artists I talk about are guys that know my sense of humor," Cooper said.

Cooper doesn't use bad language on the radio — or on stage. "It's much funnier and much more clever to work clean," he said.



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