Alice Cooper discusses his new album, “Welcome 2 My Nightmare,” which picks up where his original “Welcome To My Nightmare,” recorded in 1975, left off. He’s created it with longtime collaborator Bob Ezrin, and the album ranges from trashing disco, to garage punk, to pop balladry, and rock and roll.
Alice Cooper, the man who invented shock rock, became one of the best celebrity golfers around. He isn't alone in his passion for the sport. Other famous rocker-golfers include Lou Reed, Willie Nelson and even Marilyn Manson. Today, we hear what's behind this passion as we speak with Cooper, and ...
Rock musicians are thought to be rowdy rebels. But a growing number of them are spending their free time with the ultimate gentleman's game: Golf. From Lou Reed and Neil Young to Huey Lewis, Willie Nelson and even Marilyn Manson, artists of all stripes are out teeing up when off-stage. ...
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