The rock legend, Alice Cooper had a mind-blowing performance on August 26 at Affinity Place. Cooper had the audience on their feet for the whole concert rocking out. The show,A paranormal evening with Alice Cooper, was only 90-minutes long, but the energy brought to the stage from the legend himself and the amazing skills of the band made it a performance the city will remember. He even had the top female Guitarist Nita Strauss to amp up the crowd with a solo. One lucky fan also got to go home with one of Alice Cooper's canes which he threw out into the crowd early into his show. With the Performance he gave it's hard to believe the legend is now in his 70's and it looks like he has no plan of  stopping.

Alice Cooper brought some of his classic songs, Schools out, No More Mr Nice Guy, Welcome To My Nightmare and  Poison as well as some of his infamous antics like his shock chair and guillotine act. Some of his fans came dressed in Alice Cooper Style outfits that Cooper, himself, would be proud of.

The city council were happy with how it all went, as well as Mayor Roy Ludwig says "I was able to attend the concert and it was fantastic! Everyone I've talked to really enjoyed the Alice Cooper concert. He did a fantastic job."

More information will become available later this week.

 

 

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