ALICE COOPER Schedules Halloween Show At ARIZONA STATE FAIR
According to AZCentral.com, ALICE COOPER will perform a Halloween show (October 31) at the Arizona State Fair, held at Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the State Fairgrounds in Phoenix, AZ. General admission to all concerts is free with paid fair admission. Reserved seating for the shows will go on sale in September through Ticketmaster at (480) 784-4444 or Ticketmaster.com or at the Coliseum box office at 19th Avenue and McDowell Road. Details: azstatefair.com.
Billboard.com recently reported that Alice Cooper has put off recording his next album, a conceptual piece about a serial killer called "Along Came a Spider", until 2008 but says it could turn into a two-CD set.
"That would be great; I've never done one," Cooper said. "We wrote 20 songs thinking we were going to get this album recorded before this tour. We just ran out of time. But since we have five months on the road we'll probably write another 10 songs. I'd like to put out 30 brand new songs on one album."
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