ALICE COOPER: Quality Photos Of Whisky A Go-Go Concert

In the midst of the “No More Mr. Nice Guy” world tour, Alice Cooper treated fans to a special performance this past Thursday night (September 15) at the legendary Whisky A Go-Go. Cooper took the stage of the legendary rock venue on the Sunset Strip for the first time since Alice Cooper the band performed there live in 1969 with LED ZEPPELIN.

Cooper was joined by Steve Hunter, one of rock’s great guitarists; Tommy Henriksen, who co-wrote much of the new release; bassist Chuck Garric; drummer Glen Sobel; and eminent guitar prodigy Orianthi, making her debut with the band. The audience heard some old-school hits in addition to songs from Cooper‘s new album “Welcome 2 My Nightmare”, the long-awaited sequel to his 1975 classic “Welcome to My Nightmare”, which was released on September 13. Also making special guest appearances during the set were former THE DOORS guitarist Robbie Krieger and pop singer Ke$ha.

Check out high-quality photos of the concert at this location (all images by Stephanie Cabral).

Cooper‘s setlist was as follows:

01. The Train Kept A-Rollin’
02. Under My Wheels
03. No More Mr. Nice Guy
04. Is It My Body
05. Brown Sugar
06. I’ll Bite Your Face Off
07. Muscle Of Love
08. Cold Ethyl
09. We Gotta Get Out Of This Place (THE ANIMALS cover)
10. Billion Dollar Babies
11. Break On Through (THE DOORS cover, feat. Robbie Krieger)
12. Back Door Man (THE DOORS cover, feat. Robbie Krieger)
13. Poison
14. I’m Eighteen
15. School’s Out (feat. Ke$ha)
16. Elected

Earlier this summer, Cooper played the world renowned 100 Club in London with special guest guitarist Johnny Depp and received rave reviews. The London Times gave the evening 4 stars, while Kerrang! stated, quite simply, “Truly, this is an amazing gig, priceless. Every Alice Cooper fan deserves to be here.”

Cooper was joined by Steve Hunter, one of rock’s great guitarists; Tommy Henriksen, who co-wrote much of the new release; bassist Chuck Garric; drummer Glen Sobel; and eminent guitar prodigy Orianthi, making her debut with the band. The audience heared some old-school hits in addition to songs from Cooper‘s new album “Welcome 2 My Nightmare”, the long-awaited sequel to his 1975 classic “Welcome to My Nightmare”, which was released on September 13.

Concert photos below by Stephanie Cabral

 

 

 

 

 

(Thanks: Metal Assault)

Comment