It's "Reunion Time" For ALICE COOPER & Former Bandmates!
NO other shows planned other than May 14th in Tennessee.
Before ALICE COOPER embarked on his (successful) solo career, he did very well, Thank You, with the band members that he enjoyed much of his early successes with. Alice Cooper has been a solo act since 1975, after a number of great albums with band members, MICHAEL BRUCE, DENNIS DUNAWAY, & NEAL SMITH. The last time that the 4 musicians got together wasn't for musical reasons, but rather to attend a (Dennis Dunaway) book signing event in Dallas in 2015. After that, Alice got back together with the fellas to write and record for Alice's next solo album. Of that "reunion," Alice said, “I wrote three or four songs with Neal Smith and Mike Bruce. We worked together in Phoenix for about two weeks, just writing songs and demoing songs. You never know which ones are going to make the album, but I said. ‘Let’s do that.’ Dennis Dunaway wrote two or three things. We haven’t seen those yet, but I know Dennis has always written great stuff. “It’s fun to go back and work with guys you haven’t worked with in a while,” he added. “It’s not trying to recapture your youth – it’s trying to recapture a sound, and it’s a very elusive sound.” Alice Cooper is about to get rolling with his latest tour, on the same bill w/ DEEP PURPLE, and the May 14th Nashville date will be the only time during the 'Spend the Night with Alice Cooper USA' tour where the four will meet up. All four were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011. Glenn Buxton, the band’s original guitarist, died in 1997.