Six decades in rock and roll! That's an iron man if there ever has been one! Alice Cooper has delighted, scared and thrilled fans over a very successful career, one that has landed him in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Known as the original shock rocker, the man born Vincent Furnier adopted the stage name Alice Cooper and an over-the-top stage persona in the late '60s. A string of '70s hits followed, but it was the live shows that truly engrossed his fans. Cooper's use of guillotines, electric chairs, boa constrictors and fake blood was sheer genius and made his performances events that weren't to be missed. Now in his 60s, Cooper continues to deliver the thrills to a whole new generation.