Legendary shock-rocker Alice Cooper has recently spoken out about his recent car accident, saying that he “got banged up a litte bit” but that “nobody was hurt.”
Speaking to the NBC affiliate KPNX 12 News, Cooper said “Right after my birthday, I got in a head-on car collision, but nobody was hurt — both cars were demolished, but nobody was hurt. And I told the kid that ran into me, I told him, I said, ‘Look, as long as you’re walking away and I’m walking away, cars could be replaced.’ We got banged up a litte bit, but nothing really special.”
Cooper revealed via Twitter on February 1 that he was involved in the road incident , tweeting: “Had a car accident this afternoon in Phoenix, but luckily everyone walked away UNHURT. Very thankful for that and also to @Dodge for building such a sturdy Challenger!!”
The Dodge Challenger is the name of three different generations of automobiles produced by Dodge.
In July 2017, Alice Cooper released “Paranormal”, his first studio album in six years. Produced by Bob Ezrin, it was immediately saluted as a classic album, with iconic guests slots including ZZ TOP‘s Billy Gibbons, U2’s Larry Mullen and DEEP PURPLE‘s Roger Glover.