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LOVE IT TO DEATH - A Tribute to the music of Alice Cooper

LOVE IT TO DEATH - A Tribute to the music of Alice Cooper


Visulite Theatre (16+ (Must have ID) - Under 16 with Parent Only)

Doors Open: 7:00 - Show Starts: 8:00

Tickets Still Available at Door


Mixing the Alice Cooper Band's music with the theatrics they were known for, the only thing more satisfying than attending a Love It To Death show is watching your neighbor's faces as you test your newly constructed electric chair out on your front porch. Love It To Death puts on a theatrical, multi-faceted stage show – complete with live snakes, multi-media trash cans, guillotines and many more magical surprises… basically anything and everything an Alice Cooper fan could ever want in their wildest dreams. The band has been named by Rock Mayhem of America as one of the top ”Bands Most Likely To Decapitate Someone Onstage". Swords, electrocution, Secret Service Agents, smoke, bubbles, streamers! What more could you ask for an evenings entertainment?
Kelsey Lianne - Vocals
Steve Wensil - Guitar
Andy Krause - Guitar
Tom Derby - Keyboards
Barry Hannibal - Drums 
David Wynkoop - Bass
Theatrical team
Meghan Helms
Jeff Williams
Chris Michael
Brandon Yeti
Amanda Wynkoop

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Start Time: 8:00

Drunken Prayer transcends the bounds of Americana music. Morgan Geer writes songs that could emerge from a highly blissed-out biker bar or a swampy ashram.

The newest Drunken Prayer album is 2022’s The Name Of The Ghost Is Home. For the last year Morgan Geer has been working from his home studio with Paul Oldham (Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Royal Trux), building on tracks initially recorded in New Mexico at Empty House Studios, home of doom metal bands like OM and Sleep. The end result evokes an ominous acid Western feedback-and-driftwood aesthetic.

The latest Drunken Prayer releases have been 2019’s acclaimed LP Cordelia Elsewhere mixed by Mitch Easter (Let’s Active, REM) and the ambitious 17 minute long death-raga, Electric Daddyland from 2021.

Over the past two years, before the pandemic, Drunken Prayer played hundreds of shows across 18 countries and across the US at venues such as the Newport Folk Festival, Pickathon and San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall. Geer’s music has been featured on AMC, NPR, WFMU and SiriusXM.

On the side Geer is the lead guitar player for alt-country goths Freakwater and writes for different artists including the Brooklyn rock and soul phenom Bette Smith. Morgan has also been touring internationally, opening for and often joining the eccentric Handsome Family.

Today Morgan splits time between Portland, OR and Asheville, NC.

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