ALICE COOPER TO RELEASES “BREADCRUMBS” EP ON FRIDAY THE 13TH

ALICE COOPER THROWS SOME BREADCRUMBS WITH THE RELEASE OF EP OF SAME NAME

EP OUT ON SEPTEMBER 13 AS LIMITED + NUMBERED 10″ VINYL

ROCK ‘N’ ROLL ICON TOURING THIS FALL

 

On Friday, September 13, Alice Cooper is leaving a trail of BREADCRUMBS by releasing a tribute to some of the garage rock heroes from his hometown Detroit. Inspired by the city’s punk scene in the late ’60s and early ’70s, the Detroit-born icon returns to his roots and the raw garage sound his fans love.

The Bob Ezrin-produced EP consists of six brand new recordings, features cult Detroit musicians, including Johnny “Bee” Badanjek from the Detroit Wheels, Grand Funk’s Mark Farner, and MC5’s Wayne Kramer. It was recorded at Rust Belt Studios in Detroit.

The opener “Detroit City 2020” is an updated rewrite of “Detroit City” from 2003’s The Eyes of Alice Cooper and it sets the tone for the EP. Along with Cooper’s own take on Detroit punk classics such as Suzi Quatro’s “Your Mama Won’t Like Me,” Bob Seger’s “East Side Story,” the MC5’s “Sister Anne,” and Shorty Long’s “Devil With a Blue Dress On,” as well as The Dirtbombs’ “Chains of Love,” the EP also features the brand-new Alice Cooper original “Go Man Go.”

Check out “Detroit City 2020” HERE.

Check out “East Side Story,” which premiered at Billboard with an exclusive interview, HERE.

Following his extremely successful album Paranormal, the Breadcrumbs EP is the first teaser for the upcoming new studio album in 2020. Breadcrumbs is available digitallyand as limited and numbered 10″ Vinyl with only 20,000 copies available worldwide at a special price.

TRACK LISTING:
Side A:
1. “Detroit City 2020”
2. “Go Man Go”
3. “East Side Story”

Side B:
1. “Your Mama Won’t Like Me”
2. “Devil With a Blue Dress On”/”Chains of Love”
3. “Sister Anne”

 

ALICE COOPER ON TOUR:FALL 2019:

11/03 — Ft. Myers, FL — Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall11/05 — Melbourne, FL — King Center
11/06 — Orlando, FL — Hard Rock Live
11/07 — Clearwater, FL — Ruth Eckerd Hall
11/09 — Biloxi, MS — Beau Rivage
11/10 — Montgomery, AL — Montgomery PAC
11/12 — Huntsville, AL — Von Braun Center
11/14 — North Charleston, SC — North Charleston Performing Arts Center
11/15 — Greenville, SC — Peace Concert Hall
11/16 — Roanoke, VA — Berglund Perf Arts Center
11/18 — Richmond, KY — EKU Center for the Arts
11/19 — Louisville, KY — Palace Theatre
11/21 — Glen Falls, NY — Cool Insuring Arena
11/22 — Brookville, NY — Tilles Center for the Performing Arts
11/23 — Atlantic City, NJ — Ocean Resort Casino / Ovation Hall
11/25 — Indianapolis, IN — Murat Theatre
11/26 — Toledo, OH — Stranahan Theatre
11/27 — Evansville, IN — Old National Events Plaza
11/29 — Prior Lake, MN — Mystic Lake Casino Showroom
11/30 — Waukegan, IL — Genesee Theatre

 

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