Friday, December 30, 2016

Death Hoax

Just like Betty White 
Alice Cooper is still here w/ us

It seems rumors spread through internet the 
death of Alice Cooper which was just a hoax.

If I know Alice's humor he's making jokes about it.

More info can be read at

Just to repeat again, Alice Cooper is alive and well and I am looking forward to his new solo and his second Hollywood Vampires album in the near future

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

2015, Sunday Comic Strip, Pop Culture Shock Therapy

Found this on-line the other day. It's from a 2015 Sunday Comic Strip titled
 Pop Culture Shock Therapy

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Merry Christmas

I know it's a day early but I always loved Christmas Eve even as a kid.
The day before Christmas you are all excited for Christmas morning.
I couldn't find a good video from 2016 Pudding most likely
they will appear on Youtube by next year. So here is the finale from
Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding 2014
it still has the same meaning
Merry Christmas to all and Happy New Year
to Alice Cooper fans and EvenSpot Speaks readers

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Alice appears in Power Man And Iron Fist comics

I still enjoy reading comic books. Mostly I've been purchasing the
Trade Paper Back Books that are collection of issues in one publication.
I couldn't afford to buy individually now. Hell even some to the Trade Paper Backs 
are getting ridiculously high in price. I've been going back
to 60's and 70's. I seem to like the illustrations and stories of the 70's.

I purchased Marvel Epic Collection
Heroes For Hire, Volume 1
(collection from 1977 - 1981
that are well over 400 pages)

So we skip to this issue of Marvel's Power Man And Iron Fist
Dec. #60 1979 issue titled "Terrorist Manifesto"
This panel shows Luke Cage (Power Man) looking for information
as he walks into a record shop and the owner is holding an album w/
Alice Cooper's face on it. It could be "From The Inside" album
since Alice did that album on Marvel Premiere #50 Issue during
the same year.

Another Alice Cooper mention popped up in another comic book
I had and gave away which now I'm searching for it.
It was a Daredevil comic book and on
one page Daredevil comes flying into his apartment's bedroom
when his friends are in the other room. They hear a noise and yell
Matt is that you? (Matt Murdork is Daredevils identity).
He yells from the other room "No It's Alice Cooper"
Now I don't have that book anymore and don't remember what issue
it came from but pretty sure it was around late 70's.
I'm still searching for it.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Monday, November 28, 2016

Alice Cooper Live From The Astroturf limited single

I received my limited edition of
Alice Cooper Live From The Astroturf that was
recorded last year at Good Records in Dallas, TX.
This was also when Dennis Dunaway did a book signing at
Good Records to promote his book "Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs!
My Adventures In The Alice Cooper Group" (a must read to
all Alice Cooper fans).
During this brief concert Chris Penn of Good Records
put out a special limited edition 7" single of this event
to be released on Black Friday/Record Day.

Not going into much detail since Alice Cooper fans know pretty much
of this single. I am just scanning my limited edition.

In closing I did enjoy listening to the original band playing together again.
I hope to hear more in the future.

"I'm Eighteen"

"Is It My Body"

Screen shot taken from Good Records promo
Here's the credits and the selections of the limited single


Back Cover

Inside Spread

45RPM sleeve

45RPM sleeve other side

Insert credits

Other side of Insert shows some news clippings

Two sided Art Prints 5x7"
sealed in pink wrap

One side of art prints

Other side of art prints include
Illustrations by Ingo Geirdal
from Iceland band Dimma (an amazing group)

Friday, November 25, 2016

Black Friday Reunion Record

Inside story of the Alice Cooper Group's
new 'Black Friday' reunion record at Good Records Store in Dallas last October 6, 2015.
Full interview at Ultimate Classic Rock link below.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Photographer David Bailey on 'Billion Dollar Babies' photo shoot

Excerpt from David Bailey documentary featuring Alice Cooper photo shoots for Vogue
and the chart topping 1973 'Billion Dollar Babies' album.

Monday, October 31, 2016

Alice Cooper's Top 10 Halloween Songs

Posted on Yahoo today is
Alice Cooper's Top 10 Halloween Songs To Die For
includes videos of each song at

of course unless you are living in a cave you all know
Alice Cooper will be appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live Halloween tonight.

'Alice Cooper's Top 10 Halloween Songs To Die For'

1. Alice Cooper, “Wind Up Toy”
This song is so psychotic, I’m afraid to listen to it myself. If features a very mature 10-year-old Calico Cooper on vocals, and it’s about a little boy that thinks of himself as nothing buy a wind-up toy to his parents. Very creepy.

2. Ozzy Osbourne, “Mr. Crowley”
It’s a tip of the hat to Aleister Crowley, who was considered the most wicked man in the world. I had a feeling that this guy was a bit of a fake, but Ozzy did a song for him, so hey, what can you do?

3. The Doors, “The End”
It tells a little story of Jim Morrison’s psychopathic trauma going on in his head. Who knows where he was when this took place, but you can’t listen to this song without getting creeped out a little bit.

4. Alice Cooper, “Feed My Frankenstein”
This of course features Steve Vai and Joe Satriani on guitar and Nikki Sixx on bass. It’s a pretty creepy little song.

5. Pink Floyd, “Careful With That Axe Eugene”
They went through a period, when Syd Barrett was writing, of just being insane. And insanity is pretty scary to me. [Editor’s note: This song was actually written during Floyd’s post-Syd era.]

6. The Rolling Stones, “Midnight Rambler”
It’s a song about the Boston Strangler. Yeah, I think this song qualifies.

7. Arthur Brown, “I Put a Spell on You” (originally by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins)
Just because Arthur Brown is as creepy as can be.

8. Alice Cooper, “Dangerous Tonight”
This is the best vampire song ever written. I’m sorry. It’s just great. If you listen to the lyrics on this [there are] all the double entendres. It’s my favorite.

9. Warren Zevon, “Werewolves of London”
This is Warren Zevon at all his scary best.

10. The Misfits, “Monster Mash” (originally by Bobby “Boris” Pickett)
I’m going to throw this in only because you can’t have Halloween without Bobby “Boris” Pickett.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

The Kentucky Headhunters cover 'Caught In A Dream'

The Kentucky Headhunters new album "On Safari" should be released
November 4th cover's Alice Cooper's "Caught In A Dream" from
"Love It To Death" album. In the following video below they go through all the songs on
the new album and talk a little about each track.
On "Caught In A Dream" The Kentucky Headhunters give Michael Bruce
praise on his songwriting, guitar playing and how he influenced many bands in the day.

The "Caught In A Dream" section starts at 14:30 to 17:32
you can hear part of the song and what The Kentucky Headhunters
say about this classic tune.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Original Alice Cooper Band releases live seven-inch

Article in Rolling Stone states the reunion of the
original Alice Cooper Band performing back in Dallas Record Shop
is releasing a seven inch live version of "I'm Eighteen" and "Is It My Body".

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Pre-Order The New Beasto Blanco Album

The new Beasto Blanco album is available now for pre-order. 
The release date is scheduled for November 25th in stores.
If you pre-order you get an option of 2 bundles. You can just purchase the CD
or if you want to go all out along w/ the CD is the Limited Stock version
that includes autographs from all 5 members, stickers, guitar pick, etc..

Pre-order at

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Friday, September 23, 2016

Happy Birthday Neal Smith

Happy Birthday Neal Smith

Dennis Dunaway, Michael Bruce, Alice Cooper, Neal Smith, Glen Buxton

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

2011 Supagroup Touring with Alice Cooper

I just came across this post on July 2011 story from 2fast2die site
on the group Supagroup who tells of their story of touring w/ Alice Cooper.
I thought it was a cool story of how Alice looks out for the newer bands and helps them out.

...Touring with Alice Cooper was our first big break. We had opened for him in New Orleans a few years before and he remembered us when we submitted for the tour. For a band used to playing small clubs and sleeping on floors to playing hockey rinks to thousands of people … needless to say it was a pretty big deal for us. Alice was so cool. He would bring us on his bus and tell us stories of playing with Zeppelin. We started referring to him as “Uncle Alice.” He would also give us huge pointers — the kind I won’t share with your readers. His band, crew, everyone was so professional. On that tour we kind of blossomed on a different level. We wrote the entire album “Rules” on that tour. And being on that level helped us land Kevin Shirley (Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin) as our producer. 

The second time Alice asked us to tour was much different. We were scrambling right after Katrina not knowing what was going to happen, watching our city in tatters, and we were scattered all over the country. Such a horrible time. He reached out to us and asked if we’d like to come out on tour instead of watching CNN all day. Uncle Alice to the rescue! I felt bad for the band that was supposed to get that slot, but Alice was like, “Hey, you got no homes.” I cannot stress how much that meant to us. It was more than just a tour. We were traveling all over, so we got to touch base with so many people we hadn’t heard from since the storm....

I just took the Alice Cooper except from 2fast2die site 
but check out the other interesting stories as well.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Gene Wilder age 83 died in his battle with Alzheimer

Heard the sad news Gene Wilder died the other day. Here's a pic of Alice appearing 
on Gene's sitcom "Something Wilder" this was a very funny 1995 episode 
titled "Hanging With Mr. Cooper"

RIP Gene and thank you for the laughs

1974, aug, HIT PARADER, Rock & Roll Hotline News section

I missed this article a while back but have updated it in the original
post back on March 13, 2014 of 1974 Hit Parader.

Here's a news article of Alice Cooper's movie
"Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper"
w/ earlier title of the movie "Hard Hearted Alice")

from Rock & Roll Hotline News section

Pg 17

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Alice Cooper's Drummer Glen Sobel Interviewed by Sweetwater

About a month ago this interview by Sweetwater interviews
Glen Sobel who talks about touring w/ Alice Cooper and confirms they don't use 
any backing tracks other than recordings of sound effects.
Glen also talks about playing w/ Motley Crue and more.

Sunday, July 3, 2016