Speaking of Alice, to avoid complications should he and his new bride, Cheryl, decide to split up in the future, she signed an agreement that in case ...
Our Son's Name Is Alice
(Phoenix Gazette, 1976-00-00)
Alice Cooper just missed making an appearance at his 10-year class reunion at Cortez High School. Too bad. It would have been a sight to see. Cooper w...
Hippies in the Lounge
(Phonographic Record, 1976-01-00)
Ah, home at last --- after six non-stop weeks on the road, the Flo & Eddie group returns home, to our families and Los Angeles. And not a moment t...
Alice in Cabaret
(New Musical Express, 1976-02-21)
Nestled in the scenic High Sierras (made famous by the Humphrey Bogart epic of the same name), Stateline, Nevada, on the equally scenic Lake Tahoe is ...
MARRIED: Alice Cooper, 28, decadent rock's man with a woman's name, and Sheryl Goddard, 19, singer and dancer who appeared in Cooper's "Welcome To My ...
Alice Cooper: The King (or Queen?) of Menace brought new depths of raunch to the already sex-filled pits of rock and roll. The whipflipper was the fir...
Goes To Hell Album Review
Very similar in overall concept to Alice's highly successful 1975 "Welcome
To My Nightmare" LP, even down to the sequencing of hard rock and ballad
Satan on top of the world
This album has already received an almost unamimous thumbs down form the staff which really suprises as it's no better or worse than 'Welcome To My Ni...
"Beware of the dog," the sign says on the door of Alice Cooper's house and automatically visions of gruesome canines conjure themselves up. Fierce, wi...
Alice Cooper Dances in Hell
Alice Cooper is about to return to the public eye with a new album, a cross-country tour and a possible major film role which would mark his first dep...
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...
The Transformation Of Alice
"You know I lie all the way through these things doncha?" Alice Cooper asks as he walks up to his silver and green Rolls Royce outside his Benedict Ca...
Lace and Whiskey Album Review
Alice serves up a heaping plate of thumping, but well-thought-out rock here. In some ways the LP looks back to the days when Alice Cooper was a group,...