Alice Cooper wreck/LA Guns ready to fire off live album

Last Thursday, shock rock legend Alice Cooper revealed via Twitter that he was involved in a car accident in his hometown of Phoenix, AZ.

Hours after the incident Cooper tweeted, “"Had a car accident this afternoon in Phoenix, but luckily everyone walked away UNHURT. I’m very thankful for that, and also to Dodge for building such a sturdy Challenger!!"

No further details regarding the accident are available, but luckily the crash won’t interfere with plans for Alice’s upcoming spring tour, supporting his latest album, "Paranormal”, which kicks off in Windsor, ON on March 1..

Yesterday was Alice’s 70th birthday

L.A. Guns are Cocked and Reloaded, and set to release a new live set called “Made In Milan” on CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, vinyl, and digital this March 23rd. The concert was filmed in Italy at the 2017 edition of the Frontiers Rock Festival. The set showcases the revitalized LA Guns ripping through tunes from their 30 year history, as well as material from their new, killer album “The Missing Peace”, the first to feature original vocalist Philip Lewis and guitarist Tracii Guns since 2002’s “Waking The Dead” disc.

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