VIDEO: Exclusive Interview with Alice Cooper & Dennis Dunaway at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

As Alice Cooper launches his newest pinball machine, Alice Cooper’s Nightmare Castle, he visits the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland with bassist and co-writer Dennis Dunaway as part of the Rock Hall’s new exhibit “Part of the Machine: Rock and Pinball.”

Alice and Dennis are also exhibiting their 1971 “electric chair” (made of 2X4’s) from their theatrical rock shows, and a valuable red Andy Warhol silkscreen print of “Little Electric Chair” from his Disaster Series, that Alice had received as a gift in the 1970’s and had forgotten he owned.

All are on display at the Rock Hall, along with more than a dozen pinball machines from KISS, Dolly Parton, Guns N’ Roses, Elton John, The Who, and more, including the original acoustic guitar that Pete Townsend wrote and recorded “Pinball Wizard” on.

View the video here.

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