Legendary rocker Alice Cooper joins Philadelphia's #1 classic rock station WMGK, beginning Thursday, March 2, 2006. His show, "Nights with Alice Cooper", will air weeknights from 10:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. The program showcases classic rock, Alice's personal stories about his life as a rock icon, as well as interviews and special segments like the "OffBEAT News" with his counterpart, Mistress Kitty.
"Having Alice Cooper join Philadelphia's #1 classic rock station WMGK is a perfect fit," says program director Cruze. "His attitude, the great rock and roll stories along with the music he plays is an awesome way to round out our air-staff."
"We are thrilled to have Alice join the MGK lineup — from 'Alice's Closet Classics' to listener calls to his weekly interviews with classic rock artists, nighttime in Philly will never be the same," adds John Fullam, VP/Market Manager — Greater Media Philadelphia.
Fans of Alice Cooper will have a chance to welcome him to Philadelphia this Thursday from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at Chickie's & Pete's, located at 1526 Packer Avenue in South Philadelphia.
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