JACKYL Frontman To Guest On ALICE COOPER's Radio Show

JACKYL frontman Jesse James Dupree will be Alice Cooper's special guest on Cooper's radio show "Nights with Alice Cooper" airing tonight (Thursday, June 26). The program is a classic-rock format and can be heard on over 100 radio stations in the United States, Canada, UK, Ireland, and Australia. Air times differ, so make sure to check out NightsWithAliceCooper.com for more information.

Jesse James Dupree recently completed work on his second solo album, "Rev It Up And Go-Go". The CD is described as "a 15-track-collection ranging from the raunch 'n' roll of first single, "Rev It Up and Go-Go" to the in-your-face, gritty, nasty modern rock of the melodic "Drop Dead Ready". Dupree namechecks everyone from Ernest Tubb to KISS to the Grand Ol' Opry, while not shying away from more poignant songs like "1095 Days". From the party to personal, Dupree leaves no stone unturned.

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