April 13, 2005

The official web site of ALICE COOPER's radio show, "Nights with Alice Cooper", has been updated to include last week's interviews with Brian Johnson of AC/DC and Ozzy Osbourne in MP3 format. Check them out at this location. Also on the schedule for this week on the radio show are:

April 13 - James Labrie of DREAM THEATER
April 14 - Universal Music Group Digital's Jay Gilbert talks to Alice on "the future of music"
April 15 - Tax-Day Special!

"Nights with Alice Cooper" is broadcast on radio stations throughout the United States. Click here to find the closest affiliate in your area.

COOPER is scheduled to release his new album, "Dirty Diamonds", in June. The CD was overseen by Steve Lindsey, who co-produced Cooper's 2004 duet with rapper XZIBIT, "Stand" (off the official Olympics Games album, "Unity") and has worked with Elton John, Luther Vandross and Leonard Cohen.

(Thanks: SickthingsUK)

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