Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith, And Michael Bruce Book Signing/Q&A For "Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs!"

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Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith, And Michael Bruce Book Signing/Q&A For "Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs!"
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Dennis Dunaway the innovative bassist and founding member of the legendary Alice Cooper Group is stopping by Good Records to sign copies of his book "Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs!" as well as answer questions about his illustrious musical career.

The Platinum God Neal Smith will also be on hand to support his band mate and brother-in law. He will field questions and sign autographs as well.

Michael Bruce who wrote or co-wrote "I'm Eighteen", "School's Out", "Desperado", "Be My Lover", "Is It My Body", "No More Mister Nice Guy", "Billion Dollar Babies", "Elected", "Hard Hearted Alice", "Muscle of Love" and "Halo Of Flies" is making the trek from Phoenix to be a part of the festivities.

Robert Wilonsky will be interviewing/moderating the event and then will open up the floor to audience questions and the guys will sign copies of the books afterward.

There will be a mini killer rock set by the originals to conclude the evening.

This is a FREE event but you will be asked to purchase a book at Good Records to attend. You will also be able to bring two items in addition to the book. The event starts promptly at 7pm October 6, 2015 at Good Records located at 1808 Greenville Ave. in Dallas.

As the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame says: "Before the world heard of KISS, the New York Dolls, Marilyn Manson or Ozzy Osbourne, there was Alice Cooper, the original shock-rock band."

When Alice Cooper became the stuff of legend in the early '70s, their shows were monuments of fun and invention. Riding on a string of hits like "I'm 18" and "School's Out," they became America's highest-grossing act, producing four platinum albums and hitting number one on the U.S. and U.K. charts with Billion Dollar Babies in 1973. Their utterly original performance style and look, known as Shock Rock, was swiftly copied by countless bands. Dennis Dunaway, the bassist and co-songwriter for the band, tells a story just as over-the-top crazy as their (in)famous shows.

As teenagers in Phoenix, Dennis Dunaway and lead singer Vince Furnier, who would later change his name to Alice Cooper, formed a hard-knuckles band that played prisons, cowboy bars and teen clubs. Their journey took them from Hollywood to the ferocious Detroit music scene, along the way adding new dimensions of rock theater. From struggling for recognition to topping the charts, the Alice Cooper group was entertaining, outrageous, and one-of-a-kind.

Snakes! Guillotines Electric! Chairs! is the riveting account of the band's creation in the '60s, strange glory in the '70s, and the legendary characters they met along the way to their 2011 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
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