An Evening with Alice Cooper

Photo by Mando Gonzales.
Photo by Mando Gonzales.

Saturday, Feb. 7  

“How will Alice Cooper shock fans this time around?” is the question a lot of people keep asking, but Cooper never seems to fail when it comes to the surprise factor. Since 1969, when the Alice Cooper band was discovered, Cooper has continued to stir up audiences with his unique, theatrical performances. Fans, both young and old, enjoy the horror scenes that unravel on Cooper’s stages: Electric chairs, guillotines and fake blood always within arms-length. With his many successes in a band, and as a solo artist, there isn’t much that Cooper hasn’t done. His music career includes a number of top hits including “School’s Out,” “I’m Eighteen,” and “No More Mr. Nice Guy” in the 70s and “Poison” in the 80s. He has stared in countless movies and television series including, The Muppet Show, Wayne’s World, Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare, Something Wilder and That ‘70’s Show. In 2007, Cooper published a memoir that chronicles his life and depicts the ups and downs of an alcoholic turned golf addict: Golf Monster. Today, he continues recording music to keep the plot thickening. In 2011, he released Welcome 2 My Nightmare, a sequel to his first ever, solo album of the “same” name, released in 1975. Now his, An Evening with Alice Cooper: Raise the Dead tour is on the road giving audiences “All Alice, All Night!” See the solo spectacle that is Alice Cooper at Brady Theater, 105 W. Brady St., Tulsa, on Saturday, Feb. 7. For more information, visit or