April 26, 2006

Launch Radio Networks reports: Alice Cooper wrapped up his 10th annual charity golf tournament yesterday (Tuesday, April 25) in Scottsdale, Arizona. He always picks a different theme for the tournament, and this year he went with disco, complete with white suits and mirror balls. Cooper hates that music and lifestyle, but he told Launch that he's not all that far removed from it. "What people don't know is that I can dance," he said. "I can dance better than Napoleon Dynamite, you know? I just never show it. To win my, my wife, I had to go to Fire Island (in New York) with a bunch of Italian guys and literally dress like they did in 'Saturday Night Fever', and disco, and hustle — learn to hustle. When she realized that I went to that extent to win her over, then she never made me dance again. But I can dance."

Proceeds from the event go to Cooper's Solid Rock Foundation, which raises money to give inner-city children a chance at a better life.

Cooper's next show is in St. John's, Newfoundland in Eastern Canada, next Monday (May 1).

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