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Alice Cooper, one of the most theatrical performers in the world of rock, brings his mixture of gore and roar to the Burton Cummings Theatre Aug. 28.
Cooper exploded onto the charts with his 1971 album Love it to Death, which included the single I’m Eighteen, and excited teenaged rock fans and frightened their parents. Songs such as School’s Out and No More Mr. Nice Guy became shock-rock anthems in the 1970s.
Besides his touring show that has included electric chairs, boa constrictors and fake blood over the years, Cooper has appeared in several movies, including Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare and the comedy Wayne’s World. In 2007, Cooper wrote the memoir Golf Monster, which details his breaking away from an alcoholic lifestyle and replacing that with an addiction to golf.
Cooper released his latest album, Paranormal, last year.
Tickets for his Winnipeg show go on sale March 16 at Ticketmaster and range in price from $49.50 to $119.50 plus fees.
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