ALICE COOPER Interviewed On 'Paul Shaffer's Rock Hall Spectacular'

February 18, 2011

"Paul Shaffer's Rock Hall Spectacular", a two-hour special from Envision Radio Networks saluting Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductees past and present, will feature interviews with Rock Hall inductee Steve Nicks (Class of 1998 with FLEETWOOD MAC) and forthcoming inductee Alice Cooper (Class of 2011).

In addition to did-you-know stories on the inductees from Paul Shaffer and guests as well as rare audio and interviews with the musicians themselves, this year's special offers listeners the chance to win exclusive Rock Hall giveaways courtesy of Time Life Music including copies of the massive nine-DVD set featuring over 125 rare live performance highlights captured during 24 years of Rock Hall induction ceremonies. From THE ROLLING STONES to Bruce Springsteen to Tom Petty, Paul Shaffer will pay tribute to the many legendary artists that have been involved with the 25-plus-year history of the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame.

Paul Shaffer's Rock Hall Spectacular" will be available for broadcast beginning March 9, just in time for the 26th annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony, which will be held on Monday, March 14.

Paul Shaffer has been David Letterman's musical director and sidekick for 27 years. Shaffer spent five years with the original "Saturday Night Live". during which he played keyboards, composed special musical material, co-founded THE BLUES BROTHERS, and was a featured performer (which included his unforgettable Don Kirshner impression).

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