Alice Cooper sends love following cancellation of CN Centre show

Alice Cooper sends love

The godfather of shock-rock was supposed to be rocking in Prince George tonight (Nov. 25) for his rescheduled North American Tour.

But because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Alice Cooper is at home like most of us.

Cooper was originally supposed to perform at the CN Centre on April 16 for the first time since 2008.

That concert was then rescheduled to the fall of 2020 before it was postponed indefinitely as the pandemic continued to rage on.

However, the legendary rock star took a moment to wish Prince George well, sending Coun. Kyle Sampson a video message to share for all.

“We are all sitting at home going, 'Hey, tonight we would have been in Prince George.' We miss doing the show as much as you miss not seeing the show. I can guarantee you that every band out there that has had to cancel all of these shows cannot wait to get back on tour,” says Cooper.

“We will be back. We will be back to Prince George. You can tell all of your friends that.”

Cooper, a three-time Grammy nominee, has produced cult classics in the era of psycho-drama rock that includes I’m Eighteen, School’s Out, Poison, No More Mr. Nice Guy, and Feed My Frankenstein.

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