Original Alice Cooper Band To Reunite for Signing at Chiller Theatre

Promotional Band Shot From Billion Dollar Babies Cover Session

The four surviving members of one of the most influential and legendary American bands of the Seventies, Alice Cooper will reunite for three days at the upcoming Chiller Theatre convention taking place at the Hilton in Parsippany, New Jersey from April 16th to 18th, 2010. Please note that Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith will appear for signing sessions and photos only and will not be performing. So if you’re heading to Chiller be sure to bring along your vinyl copies of School’s Out, Killer, Love It To Death, Billion Dollar Babies and Muscle of Love and get them signed by the band!

Signing hours are as follows:
Friday – 6 PM – 11 PM
Saturday – 11 AM – 7 PM
Sunday – 11 AM – 5 PM

The Hilton Parsippany is located at One Hilton Court, Parsippany, New Jersey 07054. While the hotel is likely sold out for rooms that weekend, you can call 973-267-7373 for more information on the hotel’s location and visit this link for more information on the convention.

4 thoughts on “Original Alice Cooper Band To Reunite for Signing at Chiller Theatre”

  1. This is amazing. I’d really love to see these guys actually perform together again. One can dream, right?

  2. These men truly shocked America, then the world, in a way that America´s TIME magazine had to take part in 4 pages stories.

    It’s like a blessing (can we say that with Alice Cooper in mind?) that this brotherhood are at last reunited.

    We truly hope the gang hangs up together for the shock rock they used to do and the special music ONLY them TOGETHER not separated can made.

    Cross my fingers TRULY, heart in hand, they make a new work TOGETHER.

    Welcome back the Million Dollar “Babies”!!!

  3. They were the BILLION dollar babies, and had a huge BILLION DOLLAR BILL inside the album of the same name with their collective picture on the bill. The album was shaped like a snakeskin billfold.

    The best part is that the band, minus V. Furnier (who had “fired” them all) went on to do a great album, calling themselves “Billion Dollar Babies.” It is an album well worth getting. I loved it.

    — D – Just a correction, the remainder of the group was never “fired” (Alice was not their “Boss” after all)…but more about that in the book I am writing with Neal Smith… — G

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