Alice Cooper Archives In Los Angeles Are Broken Into
March 30, 2012
The storage facility in Los Angeles which houses the Alice Cooper Archives was broken into on March 27th, along with three other storage units, reports alicecooper.com.
A police report has been filed. Items missing include a large quantity of original vinyl records, the original sculpture which was used for the cover of the ‘Hey Stoopid’ album, and a John Richmond jacket better known as the one worn in Wayne’s World. It’s one of a kind, and is unmistakable.
With multiple units broken into at the Los Angeles facility, it isn’t believed that Alice’s Archives was specifically targeted. If anyone sees anything suspicious or hears anything about these stolen items — especially on the internet or in Los Angeles — please let the Alice Cooper Archives know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With a music career that started over 40 years ago, the legendary Alice Cooper is always current and in the forefront of entertainment. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, who created the concept of the theatrical rock concert, brings his spectacular stagecraft and flamboyant showmanship to this year’s Bonnaroo Festival June 9th alongside other headline artists Radiohead, Bon Iver, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more. Alice Cooper, who single-handedly masterminded the rock-horror genre, then joins Iron Maiden as their very special guest on their ‘Maiden England’ North American Tour from June 21 to July 21.
Said Alice, “I’m very excited that Iron Maiden has asked us to share the stage with them in North America. The last few summers we performed on some Maiden shows, and my band and I and the audiences all had a great time. Both of us on one bill provides the audience with two entirely different shows, and some of Maiden’s fans may have never seen my show live, so believe me we’re BRINGING IT!”
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