ALICE COOPER Joined By STEVEN TYLER, NUNO BETTENCOURT, Producer BOB ROCK At New Year's Eve Benefit Concert
Video footage of ALICE COOPER's annual New Year's Eve gala benefiting the Maui Food Bank can be seen below. The event, which was organized by famed Cooper manager Shep Gordon, was held in a ballroom at the Wailea Mariott in Maui, Hawaii.
Alice's powerhouse band, comprised of drummer Glen Sobel, bassist Chuck Garric, and guitarists Nita Strauss and Damon Johnson (filling in for Tommy Henriksen), acted as house band backing up an eclectic lineup of special guests, including Steven Tyler (AEROSMITH), Nuno Bettencourt (EXTREME), Dexter Holland and Kevin "Noodles" Wasserman of THE OFFSPRING, producer Bob Rock (METALLICA, MÖTLEY CRÜE, THE CULT), "Weird" Al Yankovic, Michael McDonald and Pat Simmons of the DOOBIE BROTHERS, among others.
Hosted by actor Tom Arnold, the event has been an ongoing charity show raising money for various organizations for several years now.
The night culminated with all artists joining together onstage for a rendition of "Revolution" by THE BEATLES.
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