Alice Cooper Producer Bob Ezrin Recalls His Favorite Concert

Longtime Alice Cooper producer Bob Ezrin recalls the concert that changed his life – seeing Cooper at Max’s Kansas City in New York City. Ezrin tells Consequence of Sound that upon entering a scene filled with “people who looked stranger than any group of people I’d ever seen in my life,” he witnessed a performance and atmosphere he knew he wanted to be a part of.More »

By on October 12, 2015

Longtime Alice Cooper producer Bob Ezrin recalls the concert that changed his life – seeing Cooper at Max’s Kansas City in New York City. Ezrin tells Consequence of Sound that upon entering a scene filled with “people who looked stranger than any group of people I’d ever seen in my life,” he witnessed a performance and atmosphere he knew he wanted to be a part of. “My friend and I sat down at the table in front of the stage, I was 18 inches away from Alice Cooper, and by the time the show was over, my friend and I were wide-eyed and slack-jawed, overwhelmed,” he recalled. “I said, ‘What the f- was that?’ He said, ‘I don’t know, but I think I liked it.’ I said, ‘I think I loved it.'” Ezrin further explained that afterwards he told his boss, “This is not about music. It’s a cultural movement. This is the beginning of something. They have sets and props, the audience dresses like them, wears makeup like them, we gotta get in on this.” Copyright(c) 2015 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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