Besides that concert and tour, We're going to be hearing a whole lot more about Mr. Cooper in the months to come.

He's got a new documentary coming out: "Super Duper Alice Cooper."

It's all about the 65-year-old man who was born Vincent Furnier in Detroit, moved to Phoenix after getting discovered in 1969 by Frank Zappa became a shock rock legend with gory songs, wild make-up and strange on-stage stunts. His band, The Alice Cooper Band -- including Cooper, the late Glen Buxton (guitar), Michael Bruce (guitar and keyboards), Dennis Dunaway (bass) and Neal Smith (drums) -- was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2011.

The 97-minute documentary is coming out in April at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York and reportedly includes Elton John, Iggy Pop and Dee Snider. It is produced by Banger Films' Sam Dunn and Scot McFadyen.