ALICE COOPER To Guest On 'The Best Damn Sports Show'

Alice Cooper will be interviewed on the "The Best Damn Sports Show" this Thursday, May 27 on Fox Sports channel by Tom Arnold, John Salley, Chris Rose and Brian Bosworth.

Known to be an avid golfer, Alice is no stranger to the sports world and catching up on all of the latest sporting news with this array of panelists is sure to make for interesting conversation.

Cooper is prepping to head to Europe where he will kick off "The Eyes Of Alice Cooper Tour" in June before making his way to the States in July. Cooper will be again touring in support of his most recent release, "The Eyes Of Alice Cooper" (Eagle), a raw and powerful collection of fast-paced, guitar-driven songs reflecting many of Alice's classic themes about frustration and teenage angst.

"The Best Damn Sports Show" with guest Alice Cooper will air on Thursday, May 27 at 8:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. on Fox Sports and will replay again the following morning.


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