Interviews With Original ALICE COOPER BAND Members To Air On COOPER's Radio Show

Interviews with the surviving original members of the ALICE COOPER BANDDennis Dunaway (bass), Neal Smith (drums) and Michael Bruce (guitar) — conducted on December 16, 2006 backstage at Cooper's annual Christmas Pudding event, will air on Alice's radio show "Nights with Alice Cooper" on Wednesday, January 10. 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 for more information.

Cooper reunited with Dunaway, Smith and Bruce for a performance at the Christmas Pudding show. They played a total of six tracks at the event: "No More Mr. Nice Guy", "Be My Lover", "Under My Wheels", "Billion Dollar Babies", "I'm 18", and "School's Out".

ALICE COOPER fan site SickthingsUK has been updated with photos from the event, courtesy of Patrick Brzezinski and Barbara Miller.

Current ALICE COOPER guitarist Damon Johnson, who played with Alice, Dennis, Neal and Michael at the show, had the following to say about the performance: "The night was great and there was lots of love for the COOP band. The other musicians on the bill even had much enthusiasm and curiosity to see the original lineup. As a player and a fan, I was knocked out at how great Neal, Dennis and Michael played. Mike saved us all with cues throughout the show (we changed the set order at the last minute), and I felt like Alice had a great time simply hanging with the guys during the night. Wish we could have played more songs (we had 'Muscle of Love' and 'Is It My Body' ready to go, but there was not enough time). Was very special and incredibly memorable for me...truly and honor to be a part of it."

A short video interview with Alice, where he talks about the Christmas Pudding show, can be viewed at Phoenix Fox News.


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