THE NEW YORK DOLLS frontman David Johansen will be Alice Cooper's special guest on Cooper's radio show "Nights with Alice Cooper" airing on Wednesday, March 8. The program is a classic-rock format and is nationally syndicated on the United Stations Radio Networks. Air times differ, so make sure to check out NightsWithAliceCooper.com for more information.THE NEW YORK DOLLS recently entered a hometown studio with producer Jack Douglas (AEROSMITH's "Toys in the Attic", JOHN LENNON, NEW YORK DOLLS' self-titled debut, etc.) to record their first album of entirely new material since their sophomore album "Too Much Too Soon". Led by Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain, the band Rolling Stone magazine credits with "the sound and snarl of jubilant outlaw spirit" are recording new tracks, including "Punishing World", "Plenty of Music" and "Rainbow Store". THE NEW YORK DOLLS are Johansen (vocals), Sylvain (guitar) with Steve Conte (guitar), Sami Yaffa (bass), Brian Delaney (drums) and Brian Koonin (keyboards). The 'DOLLS will tour the world in support of the new release scheduled for summer 2006 on Roadrunner Records.
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