Tag: alice cooper

Album Review – Anthony Gomes – Electric Field Holler – Up 2 Zero Entertainment

April 3, 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
Album Review – Anthony Gomes – Electric Field Holler – Up 2 Zero Entertainment

Anthony Gomes released his tenth studio album entitled “Electric Field Holler” on March 17th landing at #3 on the Billboard Blues Albums Chart. Born and raised in Toronto Canada, he relocated to Chicago in the mid-90’s armed with a three song demo tape entitled “Groove-a-licious Blues” and set about making a name for himself. Soon […]

Read More

Alice Cooper director Reg Harkema : “I cannot honestly think of a band that symbolizes the cultural shift from the 60s to 70s better than Alice Cooper “

June 25, 2014 | By | 3 Replies More
Alice Cooper director Reg Harkema : “I cannot honestly think of a band that symbolizes the cultural shift from the 60s to 70s better than Alice Cooper “

After a successful theatrical run, the great new Alice Cooper documentary “Super Duper Alice Cooper” has been released on DVD and Blu-Ray with a ton of bonus footage and extras.  The movie takes a dramatic look at the rock icon from his earliest beginnings to the heights of rock-stardom and was created by the team […]

Read More

Kiss Kontributor and Studio/Guitar Guru Bob Kulick: ” I remember thinking… Is there anybody who could really think thats Ace playing, Really??”

January 26, 2014 | By | Reply More
Kiss Kontributor and Studio/Guitar Guru Bob Kulick:  ” I remember thinking… Is there anybody who could really think thats Ace playing, Really??”

Bob Kulick, like his younger brother Bruce, has made a lifetime out of his love for music.  Bob is currently a sought after producer and studio owner along with engineer/co-owner Brett Chassen at Office Studios in L.A. but his musical past stretches back decades.  Kulick’s resume includes involvements with some of the rock music’s biggest […]

Read More

Longtime Alice Cooper Guitarist Steve Hunter On New Album, Classic Alice Records, Michigan Scene and More!

September 30, 2013 | By | Reply More
Longtime Alice Cooper Guitarist Steve Hunter On New Album, Classic Alice Records, Michigan Scene and More!

(Lead Photo by Karen Hunter) Steve Hunter is a guitar legend of the highest order but one of the most unassuming, quietest, nicest guys in the business.  Steve, along with guitarist Dick Wagner, became well known as one half of the blistering guitar duo that worked with Alice Cooper after the breakup of the original […]

Read More

Brooklyn Allman of Picture Me Broken talks Manson/Cooper tour, family and much more…

June 22, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Brooklyn Allman of Picture Me Broken talks Manson/Cooper tour, family and much more…

Picture Me Broken has been slugging it out on the  club touring circuit for years and Brooklyn Allman, still only twenty years old, is now getting a taste of prime time exposure on the “Masters Of Madness” tour as direct support for Marilyn Mason and Alice Cooper. Brooklyn may be Gregg Allman’s daughter technically but […]

Read More

Alice Cooper Group bassist DENNIS DUNAWAY gives LRI a massive, career spanning interview

March 13, 2012 | By | 3 Replies More
Alice Cooper Group bassist DENNIS DUNAWAY gives LRI a massive, career spanning interview

Dennis Dunaway was described to me as “the dark force” of the original Alice Cooper Group by his longtime bandmate, drummer Neal Smith.  If you REALLY think about it, that says a helluva lot considering the overall creepy, sinister and yes, legendary nature of the original five band members.  Since Dennis was the driving force […]

Read More