Alice Cooper Obituary

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of legendary rock musician Alice Cooper.

Alice Cooper was born Vincent Damon Furnier on February 4th, 1948, in Detroit, Michigan. He rose to fame in the 1970s as the frontman of the band Alice Cooper, which was known for their theatrical live shows and hard-hitting rock music. Alice’s distinct voice, high-energy performances, and shock-rock aesthetic earned him a devoted fanbase and cemented his place in music history.

Over the course of his career, Alice Cooper released 27 studio albums and sold over 50 million records worldwide. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011, and continued to tour and perform well into his 80s. Alice’s influence on the world of rock and metal was immeasurable, and his impact on music and pop culture will be felt for generations to come.

Outside of music, Alice Cooper was also an accomplished actor, appearing in films such as “Wayne’s World” and “Dark Shadows.” He was also a philanthropist, supporting causes such as the Solid Rock Foundation, a charity he founded to help provide music education to underprivileged children.

Alice Cooper’s legacy as a musician and cultural icon will live on forever. He was a trailblazer, a rebel, and a true original, who inspired countless musicians and fans around the world. His contribution to the world of music and entertainment cannot be overstated, and his influence will be felt for years to come.

Alice is survived by his wife of over 40 years, Sheryl Cooper, and their three children, Calico, Dash, and Sonora. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and fans, who will always remember him as a true rock and roll icon. Rest in peace, Alice Cooper, and thank you for the music.