Arizona Republic

'Pretties for You' latest album by Alice Cooper
(Arizona Republic, 1969-05-00)

Alice Cooper, as most avid music buffs in this locality are no doubt aware, is not a newly-arrived musical counterpart to Kate Smith or one of the Len...

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Alice is Ozzie when off stage
(Arizona Republic, 1974-09-04)

The Wednesday Wash: What better way to begin the st-Labor Day entertainment scene than with some quotes from an unusual performing Phoenix native you'...

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Cooper in sanitarium, has drinking problem
(Arizona Republic, 1977-11-01)

Alice Cooper, lead singer in the rock band of the same name, is in a New York sanitarium recovering from a bout of alcoholism, a spokeswoman for the e...

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Dancing around Alice
(Arizona Republic, 1983-02-03)

Sheryl Cooper, wife of rock star Alice Cooper and a new resident of the Valley, will teach a workshop in intermediate and beginning jazz dance at 2 p....

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Hearing on support scheduled in Alice Cooper divorce case
(Arizona Republic, 1983-12-15)

Maricopa County Superior Court officials say they have set a Jan. 30 hearing to determine how much support rock star Alice Cooper should pay his estra...

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Perhaps Cooper will name her Alice
(Arizona Republic, 1992-12-15)

Rocker Alice Cooper is a daddy again. His wife, Sheryl, gave birth to a 9-pound girl at 10:39 a.m. Monday at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center. T...

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Clancy and Co.
(Arizona Republic, 1995-10-04)

Alice Cooper is lending his name to local charity. The rock star will be at a benefit party at Planet Hollywood on Oct. 29. Cooper, a Valley resident,...

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Long Hair To No Hair - Kids Hear Quite A Tale
(Arizona Republic, 1996-12-19)

"Alice Cooper was scheduled to read to 200 kids Wednesday at Encanto School. Instead the kids were treated to Joe Garagiola. Cooper came down with the...

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Mr Right Down The Line
(Arizona Republic, 1997-01-10)

AZ Golf writer Bill Huffman recently played a round with Alice Cooper at the Phoenician. The rock star from Phoenix had the following observations on ...

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Hangin' With Alice Cooper
(Arizona Republic, 1997-02-10)

In a recent article by James Carville in 'Salon', an electronic magazine, the president's pal explained how he was going to skip the inauguration - it...

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Stars of Rock and Roll and Rough
(Arizona Republic, 1997-02-23)

Many of the celebrities who came out for the Alice Cooper Celebrity Golf Tournament confessed their love for the Coop and for golf, but not necessaril...

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Celebs Raise Golf Green For Teens
(Arizona Republic, 1997-02-25)

Alice Cooper is building a center where teens can go when 'school's out for summer' or just for the day. Last weekend's celebrity golf tournament will...

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Sandsharks
(Arizona Republic, 1997-04-02)

Rock musician Alice Cooper, former Suns player Tom Van Arsdale and 15 other Valley businessmen have become members of the ownership group for the Ariz...

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Mr. Cooper Has A New Nightmare For Hometown
(Arizona Republic, 1997-08-25)

The edict comes straight from the mouth of Alice Cooper's publicist: Whatever you do, please don't ask him about Phoenix. Seems his handlers believe t...

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"Cooperstown"
(Arizona Republic, 1998-03-25)

'In a vacant lot on Jackson Street, the music from Alice Cooper's "Feed My Frankenstein" filled the afternoon air. Smoke seeped from around ...

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The Scoop on Cooper'stown
(Arizona Republic, 1999-03-25)

Alice Cooper - he may be a hometown celebrity, but saddling up to the bar and ordering a Bloody Mary from this ex-glam rocker might scare some people ...

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School's Back In, Rockers!
Cooper Box Set Scores A+

(Arizona Republic, 1999-04-29)

'If you're going to do a box set, you really couldn't do it any better than the guys at Rhino did for Alice Cooper. This baby, which reached stores la...

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Life In Rock's Fast Lane Din in Buxton, Family And Friends Say
(Arizona Republic, 1999-11-10)

Glen Buxton was a wisecracking loner thrust into the no-holds-barred world of rock'n'roll, where his fate was sealed. Originally from Akron and a foun...

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It's 50 candles for Cooper, 51 for Quayle
(Arizona Republic, 2000-05-18)

Alice Cooper has a few miles under his belt. So it was only appropriate that on Wednesday, his 50th birthday, locals suggested a freeway be named afte...

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Alice Cooper: 'Along Came A Spider'
(Arizona Republic, 2008-08-05)

The Valley's favorite rock star has recorded plenty of albums with concepts woven in, celebrating everything from school letting out to the excesses o...

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Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding lineup announced
(Arizona Republic, 2008-11-13)

Fleetwood Mac alumnus Bob Welch, heavy-metal band F5, country-rockers Whiskey Falls and Tempe's Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers will headline the eigh...

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Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding lineup grows
(Arizona Republic, 2009-11-18)

The list of acts for the ninth edition of Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding benefit concert has grown to include rockers Dee Snider, Lita Ford, Warrant...

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