1996 - 1999

Alice Cooper guitarist buried in Clarion
(Iowa Messanger, 1997-10-25)

CLARION-Glen E. Buxton, the former lead guitarist for the band Alice Cooper, was remembered as a talented musician as well as a good friend and neighb...

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Making Up Is Hard To Do
(New York Post, 1997-10-26)

For shock rockers, it isn't easy when every night is Halloween. In the 70's Alice Cooper slapped on ghoulish makeup and adorned himself with snakes. t...

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Alice Cooper Guitarist Dies
(Kerrang!, 1997-10-29)

'Glen Buxton, original guitarist with Alice Cooper and co-writer of such classics as 'School' Out' and 'Elected', has died of complications from a bou...

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Unsung Guitar Hero
(Phoenix New Times, 1997-10-30)

Glen Buxton played a crucial role in rock history but how many people knew about it? It was a Friday night and Glen Buxton was jumping up and down wit...

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A Fistful of Alice
(Grid, 1997-11-00)

Before there was Marilyn Manson, before G 'n' R, before The Cramps, before Ozzie, before KISS, there was Alice Cooper. Before there was "Beth" there w...

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News Report
(Melody Maker, 1997-11-01)

Alice Cooper's original guitarist, Glen Buxton, dies of complications from pneumonia on Saturday, October 18 in Clarion, Iowa. He was 49. Buxton, co-w...

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Glen Buxton
(Houston Music News, 1997-11-02)

".....A sad note last month was the passing of Glen Buxton, original guitarist from Alice Cooper, due to pneumonis. Only a few days earlier this Bonem...

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He's Live: Who Cares?
(Huntsville Times, 1997-11-02)

In 1977, Warner Brothers released what it described in advertisements as the holy grail of hard-rock live albums, the first disc to attempt to capture...

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Obituary: Glen Buxton
(Independent, 1997-11-03)

Glen Buxton, guitarist: born Akron, Ohio 17 June 1947; died Clarion, Iowa 18 October 1997. Striking, outrageous frontmen often obscure the contributio...

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Obituary: Glen Buxton
(Telegraph, 1997-11-06)

Obituary of Glen Buxton Guitarist who contributed a riff or two to Alice Cooper's rock horror show, which featured straitjackets and headless chickens...

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Alice Cooper finalizes deal for sports bar
(Phoenix Business Journal, 1997-11-17)

It all started one day during Little League practice. Valley entrepreneur Brian Weymouth approached fellow coach and rock star Alice Cooper -- and a h...

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Alice Cooper & Warrant
(Metal Edge, 1997-12-00)

It was an unlikely place for a concert: an outdoor stage set up behind a gambling casino on an Indian reservation 15 miles east of San Diego, but 2500...

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Glen Buxton
(Mojo, 1997-12-00)

Glen Buxton, the Alice Cooper hroup's original guitarist and co-writer of School's Out, has died aged 50 in Clarion, Iowa, from complications arising ...

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Glen Buxton 1947-1997
(Record Collector, 1997-12-00)

The riff you'll know, but the name, Glen Buxton, the original Alice Cooper guitarist who died in November from complications arising from pneumonia, h...

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News Report
(Uncut, 1997-12-00)

Alice Cooper has been named as the first recipient of the Eyegore Award, an honour bestowed upon him by the cast and crew of the American TV series, H...

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Alice Cooper Guitarist Glen Buxton: 1947-1997
(Goldmine, 1997-12-05)

Glen Buxton, the talented but troubled lead guitarist for the original Alice Cooper group died Oct. 19 from complications from pneumonia. He was 49. B...

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Alice Opens A Pub
(Kerrang!, 1997-12-06)

Alice Cooper is going into the sports bar business. The legendary shock rocker is planning to open a sports bar in Arizona, called 'Alice Cooper'stown...

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Welcome to his Nightmare
(Detroit News, 1997-12-23)

Things will be considerably more adult-oriented - well, maybe more adolescent-oriented - at Alice Cooper's New Year's Eve Nightmare at the State Theat...

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The Story Behind The Song
(Hit Parader, 1998-01-00)

It's only the second time in the legendary Alice Coopers career that he's unleasehed a live album documenting his incredible stage show. His previous ...

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Getting to know Sheryl Cooper
(Arcadia News, 1998-02-00)

When I asked Pam Eisenberg to describe her friend, Sheryl Cooper, she used words like gifted, dedicated, and completely unselfish. Another long-term f...

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