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Last night the original Alice Cooper band reunited, playing a surprise show for 200 people
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Last night the original Alice Cooper band reunited, playing a surprise show for 200 people

A book signing at a Dallas record store last night turned into a surprise reunion concert of the original Alice Cooper band. The reported 200 people in attendance got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see one of the best bands that ever existed.

Good Records in Dallas had booked the surviving members of the original Alice Cooper band, Michael Bruce (rhythm guitar and keyboards), Dennis Dunaway (bass), and Neal Smith (drums) to do a signing for the new book Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs!: My Adventures in The Alice Cooper Group (original lead guitarist, Glen Edward Buxton, passed away in 1997).

What the attendees there for the signing didn’t realize was that Alice himself was on deck.

Reports are still coming in, but as we’ve been told, no one knew what they were in for. One attendee posted to Facebook: “Alice’s unannounced walk on took the roof off the building, and our brains.”

Photo by Bucks Burnett via Facebook
The short set consisted of “Caught in a Dream,” “Be My Lover,” “Eighteen,” “Is It My Body,” “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” “Under My Wheels, “and “School’s Out.” Michael Bruce sang on “Caught in a Dream” and then Ryan Roxie joined on lead guitar for the rest of the set, starting with “Be My Lover.”

Photo by Bobby Beeman via Facebook

Photo by Bobby Beeman via Facebook. “What an amazing night. The whole thing was like a dream.”
The rest of us get to be jealous of what those lucky folks witnessed last night. Here’s crossing our fingers that there will be more similar appearances in the future for Alice’s best band.

We assume more video will be seeing the light of day at the speed of Internet, but for now we have found this from last night. We’ll update this with more video and information as it comes in.

Posted by Christopher Bickel
09:58 am
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