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School's out, so Alice Cooper electrifies Salt Lake City audience

Published June 15, 2017 2:22 pm
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After last appearing in Utah in 2015 in an abbreviated opening set for Motley Crue, shock-rock legend Alice Cooper returned on Tuesday night, and brought his acclaimed horror-theater act to Kingsbury Hall for a headlining show. Best known for songs such as "Poison," "School's Out," "No More Mr. Nice Guy," and "Feed My Frankenstein," Cooper also delighted the audience with a stage show that includes snake handling, electrocution and a beheading by guillotine.

Here are some photos from the show.






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