Celebrate Alice Cooper’s 74th birthday with these hit songs!
A singer Alice Cooper turns 74 today!
Alice Cooper was born Vincent Damon Furnier on February 4, 1948 in Detroit, Michigan. The singer, songwriter and actor has a career that spans over 50 years. He has been married to his wife, Sheryl Goodard, since 1976.
Alice Cooper: Everything you need to know
Alice Cooper is widely considered “The Godfather of Shock Rock” and has drawn influences from horror movies, vaudeville and garage rock into her work. He is known for his dramatic shows, which often include pyrotechnics, guillotines, fake blood, and dueling swords.
Although “Alice Cooper” originally started as a group in 1964, they broke up in 1975 and Vincent Furnier adopted Alice Cooper as both his legal name and his stage name. He launched his solo career the same year with the concept album “Welcome to My Nightmare”.
Rolling Stone called him “the world’s most beloved heavy metal artist”, although he experimented with many musical styles, including art rock, hard rock, new wave, glam metal and jazz. industrial rock.
In addition to his music, he is also an actor, golf celebrity, restaurateur and radio DJ having launched his classic rock show “Nights with Alice Cooper” in 2004.
Fans are celebrating his birthday with some of his best hits! Listen !
“School is over”
This song is without doubt one of Alice Cooper’s most famous hits!
“I can’t describe how much I loved this song as a kid,” one fan wrote.
“Students in Toronto have requested that this song be played on the last day of school. To our surprise they did… blew it on the PA,” another shared. “What a time to be a teenager.”
“After graduating in 1976 I tore through my books listening to this song,” another commented. “It was liberating!”
“If music like this doesn’t change the world, then nothing else will,” another commented.
“This song always gives me that last day of school feeling before summer,” said another. “Such a good feeling. Ironically, I wish I could go back to school to have that feeling again.
Fans can’t get enough of “Poison”!
“Nothing wrong with a rock ballad,” one fan commented.
“A message to future generations… Don’t let this masterpiece song die…” said another.
“A masterpiece for generations to come!” another commented.
“Nothing wrong with Alice Cooper, the man knows his rock and is just a real good guy,” another fan wrote. “Bravo to you and to the beautiful music!”
“I’ve been listening to Cooper since I was about 12,” another shared. “I’m 33 now and it’s still one of my all-time favorites.”
“This song is one of my favorites, the vocals, the feel she sings with, the beat, it’s a great job,” wrote another. “I can repeat this song so many times I can’t get enough of it.”
‘House of Fire’
The ‘House of Fire’ music video has all the horror elements you expect from Alice Cooper!
“I think Alice Cooper is a forgotten rocker, but every time I listen to him and watch him, I think this guy is still a force to be reckoned with, what a legend,” one fan commented.
“I don’t know why this song gives me so much happiness,” wrote another fan.
“I took my dad to see Alice Cooper in concert,” another shared. “His concerts are very energetic. Young artists should take lessons from Alice Cooper.
“How can you not love Alice Cooper?” another asked. “He is perfect!”
Another commented: “The most beloved heavy metal artist in the world………a hell of a golfer too!!!!”
“Feed My Frankenstein”
There’s nothing better than the music video for “Feed My Frankenstein,” especially with the surprise “Wayne’s World” cameo at the start. Looked!
“I just saw Alice Cooper last year in concert, and let me tell you…. 20 years later he is, in fact… still going strong,” one fan commented.
“Alice Cooper is a legend!! Her concerts are the best,” another shared.
“100% one of the most UNDERATED guitar solos!” another wrote.
“Awesome on stage and one of the most humble and nicest guys off stage,” another commented. “I love your songs Alice.”
“He’s a great performer,” wrote another. “I’ve seen him several times in concert, it’s always so incredible.”
Let’s hope that Alice Cooper will offer many more performances in the years to come! Happy birthday, Alice Cooper!