Alice Cooper

The two rockers talked pre-concert rituals and spooky experiences.
Not sure whether or not Jill Kargman would riff on the Led Zepplin classic "Stairway to Heaven," I had to admit, the comedienne
“If you notice one of our brothers is not onstage with us, he was very sick before the show."
Julie Rhodes is a new Americana/soul voice out of Boston. Her debut album Bound To Meet The Devil features guest spots from
Controversy, dispute, and rock 'n' roll are siblings, and I accept that. However I must stand up for my woefully neglected bass brethren, some of whom no longer lay down the groove on this mortal coil.
Mötley Crüe is closing out its 34 years with spectacular performances despite every effort to cremate themselves and their fans. The Miami show was pure, unadulterated Crüe, this time with an investment in pyro-mayhem sure to worsen the average scientist's climate change forecast.
Along with founding member Cooper, the crew included Lennon, Morrison, and Keith Moon. It consisted of rockers who lived near the Strip and those passing through town while on tour.
It's worth taking a look at Donald Trump's foreign policy, even if the exercise seems somewhat ludicrous, like analyzing Kim Kardashian's take on macroeconomics or Eminem's analysis of abstract expressionism.
Dunaway laughs as I bestow upon him the new title of "literary lion." He revels traveling in writers circles in New York City too. "I'm meeting all these famous authors...individuals who wrote books about such important historical figures such as Abraham Lincoln.
I caught up with Brendan to talk about his project, what he learned from Danny (that every artist needs to hear) and the moment he discovered tape of Lou Reed listening to The Ramones for the first time.
Whether you're my husband or Alice Cooper, at some point during the second half of life's journey you will find yourself on a golf course in Florida.
I strongly urge you to see this fascinating film. You will emerge from the theater smiling, feeling good that you met a real mensch, and perhaps even thinking a bit more about how you can incorporate some of his loving attitude into your everyday life. I know that I did.
As October's days grow shorter and the air chillier, the anticipation of Halloween builds -- and for a proper celebration, there needs to be a soundtrack.
I recently did an interview with Mike "McBeardo" McPadden about his book Heavy Metal Movies: Guitar Barbarians, Mutant Bimbos & Cult Zombies Amok In the 666 Most Ear and Eye Ripping Big Scream Films Ever!. The interview was so funny and so insightful, I wanted to publish it here in its entirety.