With an appearance at the GRAMMY’s already knocked off this years list, Alice Cooper is not looking to slow down anytime soon. In fact, Cooper is packing 2016 with a slew of concert dates and new albums.
“I’m working on two albums at once right now,” Cooper told Rock N Roll World. “And I’m gonna be on two tours this summer. I got my own tour, and then I got the Vampires tour. So, I don’t get a rest.”
Cooper will be hitting the road this year not just solo, but with the Hollywood Vampires. Joining Cooper for his solo run will be the surviving members of the original Alice Cooper band: guitarist Michael Bruce, bassist Dennis Dunaway and Drummer Neal Smith. The solo tour is expected to begin in April at Biloxi, Miss. and continue through May. The Hollywood Vampires are already confirmed to appear at several dates, including the 2016 Rock Fest in Wisconsin.
Besides the two tours, Cooper is expected to be working on two albums, one in which will be with the Vampires that will include tribute covers of recently departed friends, including David Bowie. Be sure to check Coopers website HERE for more news and tour dates.