Singer Alice Cooper on October 1. He has many tools in his rock-and-roll toolbelt. His makeup and stage antics include giant Frankenstein monsters, boa constrictors, and pyrotechnics. Striking out on a solo career in 1973, Cooper recorded 28 albums, six of which became platinum records, with three attaining gold status.
Some of the singer’s most successful songs comprise “I’m 18,” “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” “Feed My Frankenstein,” “Schools Out,” and “Poison.” According to the website setlist.FM, Cooper should perform between 20 and 22 songs. For older fans, the experience will bring back the nostalgia of the 1970s and ‘80s. Younger fans have the opportunity to see a rock-and-roll icon while he is still touring.
Tickets cost between $25 and $79.For more information, interested concertgoers should call BOS Center at (217) 788-8800.The center is located on 1 Convention Center Plaza in Downtown Springfield.Tickets are still available through Ticketmaster.