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Electric guitars may feature in 4D Alice Cooper gig
Electric guitars could be a feature of an upcoming Alice Cooper gig that is set to use 4D technology.
The Alice Cooper blog revealed the band will appear at the UK's first holographic 4D rock gig to be held on May 11th at Battersea Power Station.
Original members Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith, Michael Bruce and Cooper himself will appear together, thanks to the cutting-edge technology.
It will allow the foursome to "appear" together as holograms, which is the first time they will unite in the UK since 1972.
Speaking about the Jagermeister Ice Cold Event, Cooper said: "[It] is the ultimate experience, a cutting-edge conjuring trick that celebrates the future and our history.
"We can't wait to see the results."
Steve Hunter is set to stand in for the late Glen Buxton to complete the line up, with the special concert also coinciding with the release of a new Alice Cooper box set, where electric guitar fans might like to check out the musicians in action.
Coopers hits include the likes of Poison and School's Out and loyal fans might be hoping to hear the hits at the event in May.
Posted on 17 Apr 2011 10:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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