There’s probably not a bigger Alice Cooper fan in Cleveland than “Metal on Metal” host and record label owner Bill Peters. "Alice Cooper is my all-time favorite band and artist,” he says. "The Coop is where it all started for me musically. I heard 'School's Out' on CKLW back in 1972 and loved the song. It was the very first 45 single I bought. I was 12-years old at the time. I thought it was strange though how much the female singer named Alice sounded so much like a guy. I had no idea Alice was in fact really a guy until months later."
On tonight’s “Metal on Metal,” which airs from 6:30 to 9:30 on WJCU 88.7 FM, Peters will interview Alice Cooper Band bassist Dennis Dunaway, who’ll phone in at 8 p.m. Dunaway will discuss Super Duper Alice Cooper, a new documentary film about Cooper that shows on Wednesday, April 30 at the Capitol Theatre and Shaker Square Cinemas. He’ll also give away passes to the Capitol Theatre showing and take live on air phone calls from listeners. If you're wondering how the 66-year-old Cooper still manages to shock and awe his audiences, now's your chance to ask.