Alice Cooper will headline the second annual "Supergroup" benefit concert tomorrow (Sunday, April 26) at Berklee Performance Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Joining him for the 7:00 p.m. show will be guitarist Ace Frehley (ex-KISS), guitarist Ricky Byrd (ex-JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS), drummer Chad Smith (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS), drummer Simon Kirke (ex-BAD COMPANY), guitarist Barry Goudreau (ex-BOSTON, Teddy "Zig Zag" Andreadis (ex-GUNS N' ROSES, ALICE COOPER), bassist Will Lee ("Late Show with DAvid Letterman"), singer-harmonica player James Montgomery, singer Kate Taylor, bagpipe and tin whistle player Scruffy Wallace (DROPKICK MURPHYS) and guitarist Damon Johnson (ALICE COOPER).
The event, which will benefit the Arlington-based recovery center for artists and entertainers, will be hosted by Lynn Hoffman of A&E's "Private Sessions" and comedian Chris Zito.
A photo of Frehley and Cooper taken at the rehearsal sessions for tomorrow's concert can be viewed below.
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Photo credit: Frunkrock
(Thanks: Ray Miller)
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