Ryan Roxie

With a career that spans an impressive five decades, Alice Cooper is rightfully considered the 'godfather of shock rock'. Part horror movie, part vaudeville, Cooper always puts on a truly memorable show which invariably features electric chairs, a beheading via guillotine and a boa constrictor or two. Born Vincent Furnier, he fronted a band named Alice Cooper, formed in the late 60's. After several hit singles and albums, however, Furnier adopted the band's name as his own and went solo with 1975's smash album 'Welcome To My Nightmare'. Some 35 years and 17 albums later, he released his debut's sequel 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare'. 

"I PLAY THE GUITARS I PLAY BECAUSE MY GUITAR ERO'S PLAYED THEM... THE REASON I PLAY MARSHALL AMPS IS FOR THE EXACT SAME REASON... MY LES PAUL AND MARSHALL JCM800 IS A CLASSIC RECIPE FOR ROCK 'N' ROLL... WHY F**K WITH IT?"