Alice Cooper Net Worth

Alice Cooper is an American rock singer, songwriter and musician. Alice Cooper Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $50 Million. Explore more about Alice Cooper‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His

Alice Cooper Full name Vincent Damon Furnier. His nick Name was Alice Cooper. Alice Cooper now 74 Years old .

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He was born in 4 February 1948  in Detroit, Michigan, United states of america.

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During his high school days, Furnier made it known that he wanted to become a successful musician. In preparation for a school talent show, he convinced some of his friends to create a mock band and parody songs from The Beatles. The group included Glen Buxton and Dennis Dunaway – two future members of the band Alice Cooper. Only Buxton knew how to play the guitar, so the others mimed playing their instruments. The crowd loved their performance, and they won the talent show. This convinced them to start a real band.

The teens renamed themselves The Spiders and acquired instruments from a local pawn shop. After graduating from high school in 1966, Michael Bruce joined the band as a guitarist. At this point, they released a single called “Don’t Blow Your Mind,” which achieved considerable success at a local level. By 1967, the band was traveling to Los Angeles so often for performances that they decided to relocate to this city permanently. At this point, Neal Smith also joined the band as a drummer.

In 1968, Furnier came up with a plan to help the band stand out. He wanted to turn their concerts into dark, theatrical performances, and he proposed they change their name to “Alice Cooper.” He suggested the name because it sounded innocent, and because this would contrast with the band’s controversial approach to performing.

By 1975, Vincent Furnier had legally changed his name to Alice Cooper in an effort to prevent other bands with the same name from taking legal action against the group. Eventually, the character of “Alice Cooper” transformed into a female villain wearing tattered clothes and smeared makeup. This proved to create considerable buzz, and the band made into the news headlines – exactly what Furnier (now Alice Cooper) wanted.