Alice Cooper Brings His

Psycho-Drama To Southampton

Rock legend Alice Cooper is bringing his full Psycho-Drama arena show to the Southampton Guildhall on 25th July for a rare small-venue performance. Alice will be performing tracks from across his career, which spans 4 decades and more than 30 albums.


One of the greatest live performers of all time, Alice Cooper’s legendary shock rock live performances are always far more than just a gig; they are an experience, both visually and musically. Featuring his renowned brand of innovative theatrics, as well timeless hits including School’s Out, Poison and No More Mister Nice Guy, this is a show not to be missed.


This one-off show follows his appearance at Motor Show Music Festival, ExCel Arena on 24th July.


July 2008


Friday 25th Southampton Guildhall £32.50 7:00pm


All tickets subject to booking fee. Credit card bookings (24hours): 0844 576 5483 or through www.livenation.co.uk


Alice Cooper is one of the most greatest rock musicians of all time. He has influenced countless generations of performers from Kiss to Marilyn Manson. Bob Dylan has described him as, “an overlooked songwriter”, and Sex Pistols’ Johnny Rotten declared Alice’s album War as, “the greatest rock album of the time.”


In addition to his numerous studio albums and live concert recordings, Alice has also appeared in a number of feature films, including Nightmare on Elm Street and Wayne’s World.


Alice is currently finishing work on his new album “Along Came A Spider”, a conceptual work about a serial killer know as Spider, which will be released later this year.

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