Alice Cooper Taps Sammy Hagar, Rob Zombie for Christmas Pudding Fundraiser Concert


Alice Cooper performing live at DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, Michigan.

Alice Cooper – Story by Charles Ken, photo by Anne Erickson

The Christmas Pudding fundraiser will benefit the free programs for youngsters at Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers

Rob Zombie and Sammy Hagar are among the big names that will appear at Alice Cooper’s 20th annual Christmas Pudding fundraiser concert. The show will happen on Dec. 3 at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona.

Other bands and artists set to appear on the bill include Gin Blossoms, Sixwire, Wally Palmar of The Romantics and comedian Jim Breuer. Other performances will come from the Solid Rock Dancers, The Bucket Brigade and the winners of this year’s “Proof Is in the Pudding” competition.

All proceeds raised from the Christmas Pudding fundraiser, as usual, will go directly to benefit the free music, dance, arts, and vocational programs for youngsters ages 12 through 20 at Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers. Tickets for the event range from $40 to $300. For more information, visit Cooper’s official website.

“We are excited to be celebrating our 20th year with a stellar lineup of talent who dedicate their time and passion to help us raise funds for our Rock Teen Centers,” Cooper said in a statement. “We are grateful to everyone who continues to make this one of the finest shows in the Valley and promise another memorable evening of music and mayhem!”

In related news, Cooper recently announced that he’s working on new music with the original members of the Alice Cooper band. The band has recorded a dozen songs with longtime producer Bob Ezrin. A release date is forthcoming.

Cooper also recently closed out a fall North American tour. He also has a Halloween show up ahead with the Original Misfits on Oct. 29 at the Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas, Texas. He’s a regular on the road, so chances are, Cooper will be back on the road for a bevy of shows in 2023.

Charles Ken
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