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Alice Cooper (b. 1948) is a highly acclaimed and veteran rock singer, songwriter, actor, and legendary stage performer with a flair for the macabre who became famous beginning in the early 1970s. His long string of hits, spanning hard rock, shock rock, glam rock, and heavy metal, includes such era-defining classics as "Eighteen" (1971), "School's Out" (1972), "Only Women" (1975), "I Never Cry" (1976), "You And Me" (1977), "How You Gonna See Me Now" (1978), and "Poison" (1989).

Born Vincent Damon Furnier in Detroit, Michigan and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, he formed a band in 1964 originally known as the Earwigs which won his high school's talent show. Furnier's band went on to tour and perform in nearby areas, amassing a loyal following, and by 1968, had become known as Alice Cooper after many name and personnel changes. This wholesome-sounding moniker was reportedly chosen for its humorous contrast to the band's dark gothic image and music. After the band split in 1974, Furnier continued to record and perform solo as Alice Cooper to the present day.

Widely regarded as the "The Godfather of Shock Rock," Alice Cooper's numerous honors and accolades include being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2011 along with members of his former band.



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