|Motley Crue and Alice Cooper California Mid-State Fair||Paso Robles CA||TICKETS»|
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Alice Cooper is one of the hardest working performers in show business. He spares no expense to put on a great show for his fans who also want to hear some great music along with those theatrics. Alice's work as a songwriter has been praised by people such as Bob Dylan and the late Frank Zappa. In fact some of the bright lights of Alice's great shows tend to force people not to notice what a great songwriter and musician Alice Cooper is. Alice has also been known to tackle some social issues in his songs; some of this commentary has not gone unnoticed by music journalists and critics. He speaks about the struggles for young people to find their way in life with the song "Eighteen." He talked about some of the issues that women face in life during the song "Only Women Bleed." The song "Elected" is a commentary on how some politicians basically will say anything to win favor and just truly want to be elected without solving any major issues. Alice is known to really enjoy himself as well, even making an appearance at Wrestlemania one year. Alice is not likely to slow done on the tour appearances either. He still is consistently putting out new songs and playing to packed audiences. If you go to an Alice Cooper tour event, you are likely to see Alice acting like he is going to be executed by having his head chopped off, something really out there and cool. These are the kind of happenings along with the great music that the band puts together which makes buying Alice Cooper tickets well worth it. Though you may not get a chance to see Alice throw a chicken off stage as he's done previously expecting that the chicken would fly but didn't, you're sure to have a great time at the concert. Seeing Alice Cooper during the summer months when he plays the song "School's Out." is a fantastic experience for concert goers. This is especially true for young people who might not be as experienced with antics of Alice Cooper.