Sharing a brand new single from Alice Cooper, ‘Welcome To The Show’, out now.
‘Welcome to the Show’, showcases Alice Cooper’s signature blend of hard rock, theatrical storytelling, and haunting melodies is the third single released in prior to the August 25th launch of his Road album.
One of the most influential and iconic figures in music, Cooper’s latest offering taps into the essence of his classic hits while offering a fresh and invigorating sound, bursting with energy from the first note.
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“’Welcome to the Show’ is just that: telling the audience here it is. The show is ready to go and we are fully loaded. Here it comes!”, Alice says.
“For Road, I wanted the band to be involved in the foundation of all the songs,” says Alice. “I only see these guys when we’re on the road. So, I wanted them to be as tight as they are for the show but on all new material. When you have a band this good, I believe in showing it off, and this is my way of doing so.”
No stranger to doing things his own way, Alice Cooper has cast a long shadow over rock music with an unrivaled live show and timeless anthems like “School’s Out,” “No Mr. Nice Guy,” and “Poison.” Selling over 50 million albums worldwide, he earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame® in 2003, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame® inducted him as part of its class of 2011.
Boasting one of the most influential catalogs in history, Rolling Stone cited 1971’s platinum-certified Love It To Death among the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time,” while other platinum releases spanned the seminal Killer , School’s Out , the Billboard 200 #1 Billion Dollar Babies , Welcome to My Nightmare , and Trash , to name a few. The latter even graced Rolling Stone’s “50 Greatest Hair Metal Albums of All Time.” He’s so embedded in generations of popular culture that he not only made a cult-classic appearance in Wayne’s World during 1992, but he also starred alongside John Legend and Sara Bareilles in NBC’s 2018 production of Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert — and also memorably appeared on both The Muppets and That 70s Show! as well as in Dark Shadows, with pal Johnny Depp.