'Rock Band 2 The Stars' Featuring ALICE COOPER, SEBASTIAN BACH Debuts On VH1

A preview of the first episode of VH1 Classic's new reality show "Rock Band 2 The Stars" is available below. The show, which debuted this past Wednesday (October 15), stars legendary shock rocker Alice Cooper and ex-SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach.

According to RockGamer.com, throughout the series contestants will be judged by performance, accuracy, stage presence, guitar smashing, and possibly best makeup. Each week players will face challenges and a chance to be in one of Alice and Sebastian's bands. Contestants are eliminated until only six remain (two bands of 3).

The two bands will then face off at Hollywood's legendary Viper Room, with the help of Bach and Cooper as their respective frontmen. The winners get the honor of performing in front of thousands of fans at the Rock Band Live tour's Los Angeles stop.


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