There’s just one month to go until Ol’ Black eyes returns down-under. For the first time in three years February 2020 will see iconic shock rocker and Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer Alice Cooper return to Australia with his fresh show dubbed “Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back”. The Australian leg of the upcoming international tour will be joined by some very special guests.
Aussie rock stalwarts Airbourne have played around the globe including performances on Download UK’s mainstage and a co-headline appearance at Wacken Open Air Festival; what is dubbed one of the heaviest music festival’s in the world!
Joining Rock’ n’ Rollers Airbourne, will be Detroit’s proto-punk/ hard rockers MC50 who will debut their ‘Kick Out The Jams: The 50th Anniversary Tour” in Australia. The supergroup featuring MC5’s own Wayne Kramer alongside an all-star band with guitarist Kim Thayil (Soundgarden), drummer Brendan Canty (Fugazi), bassist Doug Pinnick (King’s X), and frontman Marcus Durant (Zen Guerrilla) will perform MC5 classics.
For five decades legends of rock Alice Cooper have shocked and delighted fans all over the world and their new outlandish stage show promises to captivate fans and continue to do both in equal measure. Incorporating a setting inside his Nightmare Castle, it features not only the return of infamous FrankenAlice, but also the debut of the Billion Dollar Baby. The setlist has also been revamped incorporating not just the classic hits but also a selection of deep album tracks and new music. Australian fans are in for a real treat when Alice Cooper takes to the stage in early 2020.
The string of shows presented by TEG Live kicks off at Perth’s RAC Arena on February 8th then travels to Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney, before finishing at Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre on February 18th.
Alice Cooper and his “Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back” tour wowed crowds in 2019 spanning multiple dates throughout the UK and Europe. The tour will also hit NZ with two dates in Auckland and Christchurch on February 20th and and February 22nd of 2020 before heading back overseas to Canada.
Alice Cooper is renowned as one of the hardest working people in music. Cooper also records and tours with The Hollywood Vampires with pals Joe Perry and Johnny Depp, while continuing his long-running nightly syndicated radio show “Nights With Alice Cooper,” heard worldwide on over 100 radio stations, including Australia.
The September 13th release of mini-album “The Breadcrumbs” from (earMUSIC), was a tribute to his Detroit rock origins, recorded in Detroit with Detroit musicians, featuring covers of classic Detroit-originated songs.
Cooper’s schedule includes six months every year on the road. A period where he brings his own brand of rock psycho-drama to fans old and new alike all around the world. His shows are not to be missed!
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Tuesday 11 February
Adelaide, *Venue upgraded to Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena