Rock Legend Alice Cooper Joins Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale For Rocking Live Performance In Nashville

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On January 26, 2017, legendary rock artist Alice Cooper joined Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale and and Beasto Blanco at The Basement East in Nashville, TN for what was a historical rendition of Cooper’s famous song, “School’s Out For Summer”. Beasto Blanco is an American rock band, which features both Cooper’s daughter Calico and his bassist Chuck Garric. The live performance of the rebel anthem was caught on video, and we’re psyched to share the incredible moment here at BON with you today!

Alice Cooper also performed “No More Mr. Nice Guy” at the show, which was a night of pure rock ‘n roll, and featured artists Damon Johnson, and the band Denman on stage as well. It certainly was a night to remember in Nashville, and only allowed adults 21 years of age and older to enter. Cooper’s daughter Calico originally joined bassist Chuck Garric and Beasto Blanco as a back up singer, but recently began to split lead vocals with the band.

Watch the historical rock moment below, and tell us in the comments section below if you wish you had been there to witness this pivotal moment in rock history! Have you ever seen Alice Cooper perform live? Tell us about your experience, and if you’d go see him in concert again!

Also watch Alice Cooper perform “No More Mr. Nice Guy” here:

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