Saturday, June 4, 2011

Alice Cooper’s drummer’s stage vest stolen; reward offered

Alice Cooper’s “No More Mr. Nice Guy” summer tour just wrapped a 2-week run through South America.

Things got off to a bumpy start when Alice took ill and was forced to cancel the opening date in Santiago, Chile – marking the first time in 30 years that Cooper was unable to play a show.

Things got back on track with the second show, in Buenos Aires, following which Alice said "That was the BEST crowd we've had in a LONG TIME!"

Now, comes news of an incident at the third show, in Brazil on May 31.

Alice’s assistant KC has issued the following statement:

"Ok SickThings... If you see anyone wearing or trying to sell a vest similar to this (see above), it was STOLEN in Porto Alegre, Brazil... right off of the stage, after soundcheck in the afternoon, by someone with access to the stage. There are only 5 of these vests with embroidered patches on the back, and each is unique. Alice is offering a great reward to the honest person who returns it, no questions asked."

If you have information regarding the stolen item, you are asked to contact KC via

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