Empire Pool, Wembley
(Times, The, 1975-09-12)
Alice Cooper started last week by releasing an inflated effigy of unnatural countenance over a portion of the River Thames. The reported cost of the b...
Alice Cooper show a dud
(Times, The, 1977-00-00)
He's probably popped in front of a television set right now, ever-present Budweiser in hand while he waits for the people who run his life to tell him...
(Times, The, 1987-00-00)
Before the excesses of W.A.S.P., Iron Maiden, The Damned, The Tubes, Kiss and even The Rocky Horror Show there was Alice Cooper, the man most singular...
(Times, The, 1991-00-00)
Alice Cooper was once banned from playing Binghamton, New York. The city council deemed the Cooper stage act, which featured a live snake and a simula...
The Trashcan Sinatra tees off
(Times, The, 1997-07-27)
Rest assured, Alice Cooper, rock's favourite cartoon monster, is still a guy who likes to play a round. When a man's drinking buddies have included Ji...
(Times, The, 2001-05-23)
ALICE COOPER likes to have something in his hands when he is singing, and during the course of his show at Wembley, last Friday, he made various threa...
A Life In The Day
(Times, The, 2001-09-16)
Alice Cooper, 53, releases his 28th album, Dragontown, on October 8. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with his wife, Sheryl, and children, Calico, Dashie...
Along came Alice
(Times, The, 2008-07-20)
Alice Cooper has two laughs. One of them is a mirthless husk, and punctuates his conversation when he is sounding every one of his 60 years, embarking...
Hiss-Story Repeating Itself
(Times, The, 2011-06-28)
Removed from the big stages and relieved of nearly all his theatrical props, Alice Cooper still had plenty of cards up his sleeve when he played a one...