COOPER, DICKINSON, DIO At CLASSIC ROCK ROLL OF HONOUR: Photos Available

Alice Cooper, Ronnie James Dio, David Coverdale (WHITESNAKE), Brian May (QUEEN) and members of IRON MAIDEN and SAXON were among the attendees at the Classic Rock Roll of Honour event in London Monday night (Nov. 6). Check out photos from Wire Image (Press Room, Inside Arrivals), Film Magic (Press Room, Arrivals), Getty Images and ROADSTAR's blog.

Alice Cooper picked up the "Living Legend" award at the event from QUEEN guitarist Brian May. Cooper was also presented with a $90,000 portrait at the Classic Rock magazine prize giving.

QUEEN were the other big winners at the show at London's Langham Hotel. May and drummer Roger Taylor picked up the "Classic Songwriter" award while QUEEN also won "Best Reissue" for the album "A Night At The Opera".

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