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    Alice Cooper performed last night at the KFC Yum! Center as a special guest for Mötley Crüe's Final Tour. The arena was full to the brim with attendees eagerly waiting for Alice Cooper to take the stage. He put on one heck of a show with his band, including Chuck Garric, Ryan Roxie, Nita Strauss, Tommy Henriksen, and Glen Sobel. The setlist featured so many classic hits, such as I'm Eighteen, No More Mr. Nice Guy, Poison, Feed My Frankenstein, and School's Out. There was a backdrop with Alice Cooper's face, impressive pyrotechnics, bubbles that flowed from a machine, pearl necklaces that were scattered across the crowd, a giant Frankenstein that strolled across the stage during Feed My Frankenstein, a scene where Alice Cooper had his head cut off by a guillotine (it wasn't real, but it certainly looked real), and at one point, Chuck Garric had an empty KFC Fried Chicken bucket on his head as he was rocking out on his bass. 

    Alice Cooper and his band certainly know how to capture the attention of a massive audience. I could not look away as soon as he walked onto the stage under a shower of cascading fireworks, and I think the same thing could be said for the rest of the crowd. It was even easier to pay close attention due to everything that I mentioned above. I am an Alice Cooper fan, but I think that people who do not appreciate Alice Cooper's music would have devoted some time to what took place on the stage, too. There is so much creativity within the design of their set as well, and it is unlike anything that I have ever seen before. It was such a fun show, and Mötley Crüe could not have picked a better special guest to accompany them on their tour.

    All photographs are courtesy of Glenn Hirsch.

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    My name is Krystin. I live in the city of Louisville, Kentucky. I love to take pictures, support local businesses, drink tons of coffee, and write about this wonderful thing called life.

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