Punk rock icon Henry Rollins will be Alice Cooper's special guest on Cooper's radio show "Nights with Alice Cooper" airing on Wednesday, September 7. "Hank has lots to talk about, including his new 'Shock and Awe' DVD, IFC show and USO tours," reads a posting on the show's web site. The program is a classic-rock format and is nationally syndicated on the United Stations network. Air times differ, so make sure to check out NightsWithAliceCooper.com for more information.

Henry Rollins has just completed his sixth USO tour to provide a morale boost to troops stationed in Egypt and Turkey. Rollins met with service members, toured a variety of job posts and sign autographs. Rollins's past USO tour stops include Kuwait, Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Qatar, Honduras, Japan, Korea and the United Arab Emirates. The Washington, D.C. native also has visited troops recuperating at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the National Naval Medical Center.


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