About Alice Cooper
With a career span of over 50 years, Alice Cooper is a living and breathing legend. Singer, songwriter, and rock legend all around, Alice Cooper's shrilling voice shook his fans as stage designs that feature electric chairs or baby dolls shook his fans throughout the years. Known as the "Godfather of Shock Rock," Alice has created a stage personality that draws from horror and sinister movies. The band reached commercial success in 1973 with its "Million Dollar Babies" album. In 1975, the group dismantled, and Alice Cooper became a one-person show. Drawing from the glam rock, new metal, or art-rock influences, Alice Cooper shaped the image of rock and roll into the morbid and sister appeal it has now. And it's all thanks to Alice! Alice Cooper will always be remembered for making black the official color of rock music!