The pandemic forced Alice Cooper to take the longest break of his career – he typically plays about 200 dates a year.
So needless to say, Cooper said is ready to hit the stage in Jacksonville, Florida on Saturday.
“We have not been out on the road for a year and a half, which is really weird for us. People want to go see live music. You cannot duplicate it on Zoom. You need to go see the music and let the bass and drums hit you in the chest.”
Former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley is opening for Cooper.
What is the best part of a concert in your opinion — The moment the band steps onto the stage? The encore? Being in the front row? The beer?