Alice Cooper at the Harbor
Tonight, in what is the last weekend for the Buffalo Rocks the Harbor Concert Series, Alice Cooper will be performing along with opening act, Anvil.
Known for his stage antics and dark persona that influenced the likes of KISS, Metallica and countless others, Cooper has been known to put on a good show. After becoming mainstream in the late 60's, Cooper's success peaked in 1973 with the release of his album Billion Dollar Babies. A year earlier, the band enjoyed the fame that came with arguably their most recognizable song, the summer vacation anthem "School's Out."
In 1975, Cooper released a solo album Welcome to My Nightmare, eventually deciding to remain a solo artist to this day. Cooper has recorded and released a steady stream of over 20 studio albums over the course of his career. In the early 2000's, he began his own radio broadcast Nights with Alice Cooper, which is simulcast to hundreds of stations across the U.S. and Canada.
We think you can expect to hear a fairly lengthy set from Alice Cooper tonight. You'll hear classics like "No More Mr. Nice Guy," "School's Out," and "I'm Eighteen," as well as newer solo Cooper like "Hey Stoopid" and "Feed My Frankenstein."
The night begins at 6:00 P.M. at the Erie Canal Harbor Central Wharf.