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KISS celebrates 40 Years with Decades of Decibels tour

KISS celebrates 40 Years with Decades of Decibels tour

TINLEY PARK | Forty years ago, inspired by Alice Cooper and the New York Dolls, KISS took the concert experience to all new levels featuring pyrotechnics, smoke bombs and outrageous light shows.

August 17, 2014 8:20 pm Photos

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Gallery: Paying It Forward | The Alice Cooper Experience

Gallery: Paying It Forward | The Alice Cooper Experience

On Thursday, July 11, students from the non-profit Books, Brushes and Bands for Education (BBB4E) were given the experience of a lifetime. The students met Alice Cooper's Guitarist Ryan Roxie and Drummer Glen Sobel, who encouraged their music journey. A few local leaders purchased tickets fo…

July 23, 2013 10:54 am Photos

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He's the long arm of the law with 1 bullet

He's the long arm of the law with 1 bullet

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | I'd seen him listed as a special guest at the Porter County Fair, but my initial confrontation with the most famous deputy on the planet was a surprise.

July 22, 2013 6:30 pm Related
King of Shock Rock to 'raise the dead' in Merrillville

King of Shock Rock to 'raise the dead' in Merrillville

When “School’s Out,” so is Alice Cooper. The 65-year-old king of Shock Rock is still on the road six months a year and loving every minute on stage as much as he ever did.

July 05, 2013 12:00 am
The man behind the makeup returns to Merrillville

The man behind the makeup returns to Merrillville

Still the scariest guy in rock 'n' roll, Alice Cooper has haunted concert stages for nearly 50 years bringing blood, guts, gallows, guillotines, ghouls and rotting corpses to our towns and cities, while single–handedly creating a subgenre of music that has come to be labeled, "shock rock."

December 07, 2011 3:00 pm

Macabre Alice ready to enchant

The king of shock rock and master of the musical macabre is just dying to entertain you Northwest Indiana. Quite literally in fact.

July 09, 2010 5:22 am
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