Original Alice Cooper Band To Reunite For Tour and Rock Hall Induction

(Rock AAA) Alice Cooper says his original band have always been victims of the "misconception" they were more concerned with theatre than music when the reverse was true. And their upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a good enough reason to reunite and play a series of major city shows.

The band known as Alice Cooper formed at school and released a stack of world-class tracks including I'm Eighteen, School's Out and the acclaimed 1973 album Billion Dollar Babies before splitting up, leaving frontman Cooper to continue with the same name.

Now the shock rocker tells Rolling Stone: "When I heard we'd made it into the Hall of Fame I called the original band guys immediately and said, "Remember when we started in high school? Here we are. It only took 45 years."

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