SLASH Performs With ALICE COOPER In Los Angeles

Former GUNS N' ROSES and current VELVET REVOLVER guitarist joined Alice Cooper on stage Wednesday night (October 28) at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to perform the classic track "School's Out". According to Examiner.com, Slash played the song on his red sunburst Les Paul, as Cooper strutted on stage in a glittering suit and matching top hat. Cooper then proclaimed, "Happy Halloween."

Read a review and check out photos of the concert at this location.

Alice Cooper celebrates his eternal love for the infernal holiday on his syndicated classic rock radio show "Nights with Alice Cooper" with a week of Halloween-themed programming, plus a special bonus sixth night with a spook-tactular Halloween night show on Saturday, October 31. The week of programming will feature an impressive array of ghoulish Halloween guests and contests hosted by the shock rock icon.

Alice hosts the internationally syndicated show for five hours each weeknight from 7:00 p.m. to midnight, and for the Halloween holiday season, the shows airing the week of October 26 are being packed with unexpected guests, contests and music, as Cooper celebrates his favorite holiday by "Keepin' Halloween Alive!" Additionally, Alice will do a special sixth night of programming on Saturday, October 31, giving all his ghoul and boils an extra night of Halloween fright — plus creepy classic rock, terrifying trivia, spooky stories and songs and tales from Alice's own crypt!

"Nights with Alice Cooper" is produced and distributed by the United Stations Radio Networks. Alice anchors 30 hours per week of original classic rock programming which boasts 110 affiliates broadcasting a combination of weeknight and weekend programming around the globe. 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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