FRIDAY 1/21 – Happy Friday, he’s your night freak Alice Cooper with a great way to start the weekend tonight—a This Day in Rock featuring Elvis Presley and Jeff Beck, PLUS a really cool cover of a Elton John song! Then it’s email requests for Roxy Music and Rainbow, plus a Closet Classic of rare rock from Mott the Hoople! But wait, there’s more! It’s a Bonus Cooper’s cover of ‘Turn Up the Radio,’ plus a Live and Kicking tune from Guns N’ Roses! It’s Alice’s party and he’ll rock if he wants to, only here later on Nights with Alice Cooper!
THURSDAY 1/20 – He’s Alice Cooper, which makes you….uh, no clue! But if you like rock and talk that doesn’t suck, spend your Thursday night with Alice for tricky trivia on Cream, a special cover of Black Sabbath, and a Monster Prog song from Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Then it’s cool cuts from Floyd
WEDNESDAY 1/19 – Welcome to your nightmare, yes, it’s that Alice Cooper guy on the radio! Coop’ll have a great show tonight—a Cooper’s Cover of the Beatles from Jeff Beck; a Live and Kicking song from Queen back in 1979 and YOUR email requests. Then there’s Freaky F
Vince Neil is headed to jail. The Mötley Crüe singer has accepted a plea deal with prosecutors in Las Vegas on Tuesday that will send the 49-year-old rocker to the slammer for two weeks followed by two weeks of house arrest in connection with a DUI arrest last summer. According to the Associated Press, Neil agreed to plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence when he appears before a Las Vegas judge on January 26. The singer's publicist released a statement in which Neil said, "I have recognized that you can't drink and drive at all."
Neil was stopped while driving his black Lamborghini near the Vegas strip on June 27, 2010, after leaving the Las Vegas Hilton. The "Dr. Feelgood" singer, who lives in Vegas with his fourth wife, had declared his sobriety just a week before the arrest.
TUESDAY 1/18 – Greetings from your night-freak, Alice Cooper! You CAN’T miss his show tonight—there’s Freaky Facts on transvestites and taxes; a This Day in Rock featuring Sir Elton, and a Cooper’s Cover from a band that destroys the Who! Then it’s a Tuesday Bluesday tune from the one and only Beatles, Ya Gotta Love the ‘80s from Skid Row, plus your favorites from Aerosmith, Zeppelin, the Police, and requests directly from YOU! Remember the Coop, later tonight, only on Nights with Alice Cooper!
The rumor mill has been churning for months, but it appears Van Halen are heading into the studio to record a new studio album with Grammy-winning producer John Shanks (Bon Jovi, Keith Urban, Pink, Celine Dion).
Melodicrock.com is reporting the band will be joined in the studio by original frontman David Lee Roth for their first new studio album since 1998’s Van Halen III. It will be Roth’s first new album with Eddie and Alex since 1983’s 1984.
Rock god, Meat Loaf, has been announced as one of the competitors in the new season of Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice.
As BBC News reports, La Toya Jackson, David Cassidy, Gary ‘Buddy Holly’ Busey, Marlee Matlin, Dionne Warwick, Star Jones, baseball star Jose Conseco, actress Lisa Rinna, supermodel Niki Taylor, rapper Lil Jon, country singer and songwriter John Rich, model Hope Dworaczyk, and reality TV stars Richard Hatch (Survivor) and NeNe Leakes (The Real Housewives of Atlanta) complete the line up.
MONDAY 1/17 – Hey kiddies, Alice Cooper is working hard on MLK Day, so do him a favor and at least pretend to listen! There’s a Cooper’s Cover from Pat Benatar, a Closet Classic directly from Alice’s vault of music, AND trivia on your favorite legends. Then it’s a Live and Kicking s
Living in the big city would have it's benefits (so to speak). Like seeing Leslie West (and others) performing down the block. Check out this gig in NYC posted by Russell Hall at Gibson.com...
Roger Daltrey, Mark Farner, Leslie West and AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams are among the artists set to perform at a benefit show at New York’s B.B. King’s Blues Club on Monday (Jan. 17). Bad Company drummer Simon Kirke, 3 Doors Down, Kip Winger and others are also scheduled to appear. Proceeds from ticket sales will go toward the medical expenses of Farner’s 21-year-old son, Jesse. This past summer, Jesse Farner suffered a serious neck injury resulting from a fall, and he remains in intensive care.
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