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For early (pre-1974) Alice Cooper band releases, see the group Alice Cooper. Alice Cooper (born February 4, 1948, Detroit, Michigan, USA) is an American singer, songwriter and actor. Originally named Vincent Furnier and a member of the band Alice Cooper, he later changed his name to Alice Cooper. Father of Calico Cooper (born 1981), Dash Cooper (born 1985) and Sonora Rose Cooper (born 1993).
The Alice Band were a female 3 piece guitar band (Audrey Nugent from Dublin, Amy Lindop from Glasgow and Charity Hair from Florida) who played catchy folk-pop.
Their only album was 2002’s The Love Junk Store, which spawned three singles; One Day At A Time, Nothin’ On But The Radio and Now That You Love Me.
Their follow up single was a cover of the Blue Oyster Cult’s (Don’t Fear) The Reaper.
Both Amy Belle and Audrey are now solo artists, though Audrey occasionally performs with City Reverb. Charity was the lead singer for The Ailerons but now fronts Red Sky July.
In late 2010 it was announced via Audrey’s MySpace blog that Amy and Audrey were working on new material together.