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Alice Cooper Learning Tap Dancing During Quarantine

Alice Cooper has been spending his time in quarantine learning a new talent. It’s just not one you would expect.

Many have been taking this time to learn new skills and find new hobbies. At the age of 72, rock icon Alice Cooper, famous for songs like “No More Mister Nice Guy”,  has decided to explore the world of tap dancing.

He’s holding up with his wife and two daughters (who are all accomplished dancers) in their home in Arizona. One night a week, the family gets together to take an online tap dancing course.

Cooper said:

“We have a friend who’s a great tap dancer, and every Wednesday night, he has an hour-long online class.  So the whole family goes in the backyard where we have all this plywood on the ground, and everybody’s got tap shoes on. My wife and daughters are professional dancers, so they’re way ahead of me.  But every Wednesday night is tap night.”

We want to see a video!

That’s not the only thing Alice has been doing with his time during the pandemic. He’s also been in the studio working on his latest song “Don’t Give Up” encouraging everyone to keep their spirits up through this crisis.

If you’re as big of a fan of Alice as we are, join him every weekday night on KCMQ for Nights with Alice Cooper!

Read the full interview.