Alice Cooper shocked and rocked off the faces of a total 40,000 fans on a Monday evening in Sydney, Australia. Making this the largest crowd to ever attend a rock show in the country’s history.
Pretty damn good for a Monday! Then again, it is Alice Cooper we are talking about.
As the show came to it’s end, Cooper was met by authorities and placed under house arrest for 2 hours in his hotel, up until he posted bail for the amount of $59, 632. Reasons behind the ordeal were due to an Australian promoter, who claimed to have paid Cooper for a 1977 tour, in which the rockstar did not show.
In the end, the two managed to hammer the issue out, by laying out the facts. Alice didn’t show but the promoter didn’t follow through with his end of that agreement either.
We introduce to you this month, an independent Hard Rock/Alternative band. And also, one of the Collective’s personal favorites.
Rich, sultry vocals that flow with dark, yet vibrant tones. Crunchy riffs from the strings, the keen, resonant sound of the drums, and the biting lyrics, just raw with emotion, straight down to the core. With meaning and attitude.
This Houston band serves up one tasty, kick-ass dish of head banging fuel… and we just can’t seem to get enough of that deliciousness. After one bite, the taste lingers and you crave more. Powerful, heavy, angelic and melodic.
Featuring their latest single – “Early Grave” now available ⬇️ on I-Tunes, Spotify and AppleMusic. ⬇️
Led Zeppelin played Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand, in front of 25,000 people (the band’s first show in NZ, and the largest crowd ever on the island). News outlets the next day reported the music could be heard from over 5 miles away!!
Also…. in 1984
“Jump”, arguably one of Van Halen‘s biggest hits, began a 5-week run at #1 on the BillboardUS Singles chart, cementing their place in rock and roll history.