Sunday, July 3, 2011

VIDEO: Alice Cooper joins Foo Fighters at Milton Keynes

Alice Cooper joined the Foo Fighters Saturday night for their show at The National Bowl in Milton Keynes, UK.

The Foos teamed up with Alice for two of his classics – "School's Out" and “I’m Eighteen” – in front of 65,000 fans at the UK venue.

"If it wasn't for this next person, [Foo guitarist] Pat Smear would never have bought a guitar in his life," head Foo Dave Grohl told the crowd. "Say hello to one of our heroes — Mr. Alice f**king Cooper!"

Queen's Roger Taylor
and Husker Du's Bob Mould also came out as guests during the two hour set.

The Foos continue their tour in support of “Wasting Light" with shows this week in Spain, Portugal, Ireland and Scotland, before returning to North America for dates starting in August.

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Foo Fighters w/Alice Cooper – School’s Out
The National Bowl - Milton Keynes, UK – July 2, 2011


Foo Fighters w/Alice Cooper – I’m Eighteen
The National Bowl - Milton Keynes, UK – July 2, 2011


Side stage video - better picture but poorer audio quality:

Foo Fighters w/Alice Cooper – School’s Out and I’m Eighteen
The National Bowl - Milton Keynes, UK – July 2, 2011


See also:

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VIDEO: Alice Cooper debuts new, unreleased song
VIDEO: Alice Cooper rocks the Revolver Golden Gods Awards
VIDEO: Alice Cooper rocks the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame
VIDEO: Alice Cooper, Dweezil Zappa rock The Tonight Show
Alice Cooper defends Charlie Sheen
Alice Cooper shows off his Big Unit