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Alice Cooper Interview 2019

Alice Cooper Interview 2019, in this conversation, rock legend Alice Cooper sits down with Pastor and Evangelist Greg Laurie. Alice Cooper who is widely considered to be the father of “Shock Rock” has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide, and while he is known for his rock career, most do not know that he is a committed Christian. Cooper and Laurie talk about his journey to faith, and how he has used his faith to help at-risk young men in his community. Growing up in a Christian home, Alice Cooper always knew he needed Christ, but it took a dramatic turn in a drug-induced haze when he knew he needed to recommit to Jesus Christ.

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