Alice Cooper Talks Hall of Fame

(Gibson) Alice Cooper chatted with USA Today about his upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which happens March 14 in New York City. Cooper reports the four surviving Alice Cooper members — Cooper, Neal Smith (drums), Michael Bruce (rhythm guitar) and Dennis Dunaway (bass) — will perform at the induction ceremony, as well as at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards on April 20 in Los Angeles. Guitarist Steve Hunter will play in place of the late Glen Buxton.

Cooper has waited a long time for this honor. "We were Susan Lucci for quite a long time — or Pete Rose, whichever way you look at it," Cooper, 63, told USA Today. "…Every year, it's this new outrage. I was sitting there, going, 'calm down, don't worry. Our time will come.'"

He's glad the induction comes at a time when he can appreciate it. He says, "there was a gray area where I didn't really know where I started and Alice ended. When I got sober, I finally realized that I like to go to the movies, I like to go play golf, I like to go shopping." more on this story

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