(ENGLEWOOD, NJ) -- Alice Cooper performed at Bergen Performing Arts Center (BergenPAC) on Monday, March 5th and photographer Debra Rothenberg was on hand to take some photos.
Cooper is touring in support of Paranormal, his 27th studio album, which was released on July 28, 2017. Cooper describes the album as being “like 12 great episodes of The Twilight Zone – each song tells its own twisted little tale.” In addition to the new tracks, Paranormal included a bonus disc of his current band playing killer live versions of some of his old band’s greatest hits, including “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” “Billion Dollar Babies” and “School's Out.”
Here are some photos from the show:
Debra L. Rothenberg is an award winning photographer residing in New York City and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photographic Illustration/Photojournalism from Rochester Institute of Technology. She is an accomplished professional whose photographic range consists of music/concerts, celebrities, news, sports, CD and book covers, newspapers and magazines, portraiture, children, events, and public relations. Among her many accomplishments is a National First Place award in the sports category from the National Press Photographers Association.
originally published: 2018-03-07 11:59:01
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