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October 1st Declared Alice Cooper Day in Milwaukee

NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 15: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Singer/Songwriter Alice Cooper performs with original band member Michael Bruce during Music Biz 2017 - Industry Jam 2 at the Renaissance Hotel on May 15, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

October 1st Declared Alice Cooper Day in Milwaukee On Friday, Milwaukee mayor Tom Barret declared that October 1 is “Alice Cooper Day!” Cooper received the honor before taking the stage that night at Milwaukee’s BMO Harris Pavilion.  Barrett wrote in a tweet on Friday, “If you are a Milwaukeean, you cannot forget @alicecooper’s Milwaukee history lesson to characters Wayne and Garth in the 1992 movie ‘Wayne’s World’, where he coined the phrase ‘Mil-ee-wau-kay.” Barrett added, “The Godfather of shock rock and stage theatrics, @alicecooper has entertained countless Milwaukee fans since his first Wisconsin show in 1973. I welcome him back to the ‘good land’ today by proclaiming October 1 as ‘Alice Cooper Day’ throughout the City of Milwaukee.” Do you enjoy the ‘Wayne’s World’ movies? What did you think of Cooper’s role in the first film?


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