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A sneak peak at the Motley Crue / Alice Cooper concert

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Wondering what to expect Wednesday night when Motley Crue and Alice Cooper play at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas? Here is a sneak peak at one of the biggest concert events of the year.

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Alice Cooper has been touring since 1968. During the past 46 years he has toured the country no less than 41 times. This is the set list that has been played by Alice Cooper so far on this tour:

Hello Hooray

No More Mr.Nice Guy

Under My Wheels

I'm Eighteen

Billion Dollar Babies

Poison

Dirty Diamonds

Welcome To My Nightmare

Feed My Frankenstein

Ballad of Dwight Fry

Killer

I Love The Dead

School's Out

Motley Crue, headliner of the night, hit the road with their first tour in 1981. This year's "The Final Tour" is the Crue's 36th tour. Throughout their history, the songs which have been played the most at those concerts are:

1) "Shout At The Devil"

2) "Live Wire"

3) "Looks That Kill"

On Motley Crue's last tour, Tommy Lee's roller coaster was the show stopper. Wait until you see what they have in store now! That is, hopefully you and I will both see it - as some venues do not have the space required for this grand finale spectacle. See this articles's video for a taste of what is yet to come.

Regardless of what songs are played, this is going to be one kick-ass concert! If you only go to one concert this year, this should be THE ONE! You can be sure that Motley Crue is going to go out in a big way, guaranteeing that this show will take you to the top. Hope to see you there!

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