Saturday, February 12, 2011

Alice Cooper rocks NHL Nashville Predators game

Alice Cooper was caught in the crossfire at a recent Nashville Predators NHL hockey game.

Alice was on hand with country music star Vince Gill, and the Predators house band, Small Time Rock Stars, to perform two songs during the first intermission of the February 5 game against the Detroit Red Wings.

Originally from Detroit, and with homes in both Phoenix and Nashville, Cooper was faced with picking sides in the game.

“I’m from Detroit,”
Cooper told Preds TV, “but I live in Phoenix. I got to all the Coyotes games. I think it’s the most exciting live sport you could see. I’m a Predators fans now because [Nashville]’s a second home for me.”

Alice – who will be inducted by Rob Zombie into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame on March 14 – was interviewed by Preds TV.

Alice Cooper – interview
NHL Nashville Predators TV
Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN – February 5, 2011

Alice Cooper Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper – School’s Out
With Vince Gill, and the Small Time Rock Stars
Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN – February 5, 2011

See also:

2011 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame presenters announced
Alice Cooper: baffled by Robert Plant turning down Led Zeppelin reunion
Alice Cooper auctioning 1969 Chevrolet Custom Coupe Camaro at Barrett-Jackson
Alice Cooper jams with members of Metallica, Fleetwood Mac, Doobie Brothers
2011 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: The Alice Cooper Band