Alice Cooper Not Expected To Begin Recording Until January
Launch Radio Networks There's been a major change in the timeline for ALICE COOPER's new album. Back in February, he said it would be out in May, but while all the material is written, Launch has now learned that he hasn't even started recording it yet. At this time, he's not expected to hit the studio until January, with a possible release next May, though nothing's set in stone — including the announced title, "Along Came a Spider".
Alice's annual world tour gets underway May 28 in Santiago, Chile, and he's got a U.K. tour in November. North American dates haven't been announced yet.
In related news, Cooper's autobiography, which is called "Alice Cooper, Golf Monster: A Rock 'N'Roller's 12 Steps To Becoming A Golf Addict", has been delayed a bit. The book was originally due out May 1, but it will now be available on May 8.
With a title like that, it should be no surprise that Cooper told Launch his game is very strong. "Three handicap, and I play five times a week, and I play really good," he laughed. "Yeah, that's the one thing I can really do, other than Alice Cooper. That surprises people, I think. They just can't believe that Alice Cooper could be a three handicap, but I am." A three handicap means Cooper's score will be three strokes above whatever the course's par is.
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