Alice Cooper & Slash Among Rockers To Appear In “Rock Camp” Film


Alice Cooper and Slash are some of the biggest rock legends of the 1970s and 80s appearing in the trailer for the upcoming documentary “Rock Camp”.

This film is about a Rock “n” Roll Fantasy Camp. For more than two decades, this camp has given people the chance to learn from rock stars including Slash and Cooper. Both of them have taken up roles as camp councillors over the years.

This camp was set up by producer David Fishof in 1996. It sees rockers teach and inspire campers. The camp would then conclude with participants and rockers performing alongside each other in a huge concert.

Cooper can be seen giving an interview on the show. In this interview, Cooper talks about the camp. He says, “You would have a 15 year old kid playing drums and a dentist playing guitar”. 

Cooper added, “If this band was a real band it would be the weirdest band ever. But cool!”. 

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The Trailer:

See the trailer here.

The film is directed by Douglas Blush. It reflects on the experiences of four campers, as they learn to perform from some of rock’n’rolls greatest artists.

Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, Dave Navarro, along with Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons from KISS will also appear on the documentary. It will also include contributions from, Heart’s Nancy Wilson, Sebastian Bach from Skid Row and members of Judas Priest.  Each of these musicians along with Cooper and Slash are in the trailer as they each undertook the role of a councillor over the organisation’s 25 years in existence.

The film will receive a virtual cinema release on 15 January 2021. It will then be made available On Demand on the 16 February 2021.

Other News: 

As well as the trailer, Guns N’Roses Rocker, Slash recently spoke in an interview about his confidence that the band will release new music in the year ahead.

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