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Alice Cooper will play a concert as a hologram at London's Battersea Power Station on May 11. Dubbed The Jägermeister Ice Cold Event, it will make history as the U.K.’s first holographic 4D Rock gig. Featuring original band members Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith and Michael Bruce, plus Steve Hunter standing in for the late Glen Buxton, the event will be the first time the group has appeared together in the U.K. since 1972. "We couldn’t resist this," Cooper said. "Working with Jägermeister to appear as holograms on the other side of the Atlantic is the ultimate experience, a cutting-edge conjuring trick that celebrates the future and our history. We can’t wait to see the results." The show also will celebrate the release of the new Alice Cooper Box Set, OLD SCHOOL: 1964-1974.
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Singer and American Idol judge Steven Tyler will release a new solo single, "(It) Feels So Good," on May 9, with the song going on sale the following day at digital outlets. The video for the track is slated to debut on an episode of Idol, and the song will premiere on Ryan Seacrest's radio show on KIIS/Los Angeles as well. It was written by Tyler and frequent collaborator Marti Frederiksen. The song is reportedly a stand-alone thing and will not be part of a solo album, says Billboard.com, as Tyler has already started working on a new album with Aerosmith. The band, minus guitarist Joe Perry, convened with Frederiksen during late January and early February to start preparing new songs and they will regroup this summer to continue the recording process.