Please tell me about the infamous Hollywood Vampires drinking club that you co-founded in the 70s. How did that come about?
Alice Cooper: It was at a perfect time, there were a lot of 70s rock stars living in LA and we went to the Rainbow club every single night and pretty much it ended up being a boys drinking club. We would sit up at the roof of this place and it was always the same people – Me, Bernie Taupin, Harry Nilsson, Micky Dolenz. And John Lennon would come in every once in a while and Ringo would come in every once in a while but it was sort of a last man standing drinking club. And we would sit there every night waiting for what Keith Moon was gonna be wearing. You know, he’d walk in and he was certainly a member with a handshake and everything and we’d go who’s he gonna be today? Is he gonna be Hitler or is he gonna be Queen Elizabeth [laughs]? He would never disappoint, let’s put it that way. But it was sort of the same kind of drinking club that John Barrymore, Errol Flynn and W.C Fields had. It was just a more rock & roll one.