Sufferers of the neurological disorder known as multiple system atrophy, or MSA, will get a big boost from some well-known rockers later this month, when some of music's biggest names come together for an all-star benefit concert.
While Ryan Seacrest was hosting the latest edition of "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" in New York on Dec. 31, Alice Cooper was busy doing a little rockin' of his own out in Hawaii. And he had some famous friends to help him.
Attention, residents of Maui: If you're spending a relaxing New Year's Eve at home tonight and you find the soothing strains of your favorite Don Ho CD suddenly overpowered by high-voltage rock 'n' roll, don't worry. That's just Alice Cooper and friends ringing in 2014 the only way they know how.
Alice Cooper had been around since the late '60s, making a name for themselves by keeping away from the era's conventions. Their attack was comprised of gritty rock 'n' roll dressed up vaudeville style, spat back at their expanding audiences. Even though their namesake frontman was the centerpiece of the band, Alice Cooper were a band.
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