Review and photos by John Jeffrey
Alice Cooper is one of the longest-running institutions in the history of rock and roll. The self-proclaimed man who portrays the role of “Alice Cooper,” Vincent Furnier, is no stranger to them, as he was actually institutionalized for alcoholism in the late 70’s.
Since winning his battle with the bottle, “Alice Cooper” has been performing sober for decades. When performing on Friday night to a jam-packed crowd at Buffalo’s Outer Harbor, it was clear that the Alice Cooper of today is no longer the R-rated megalomaniac from the early days, but has transformed himself into a family-friendly “Captain Hook” of heavy metal. Even though Cooper’s fangs have been filed down quite a bit, his current backing band is ferocious as ever.
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