Alice Cooper: Known for his pre-goth heavy rock.
Brooks & Dunn: Known for their Wal-Mart Country at the Honky Tonk.
Alice Cooper: Hit songs include: "Schools Out," "No More Mr. Nice Guy," "I'm Eighteen."
Brooks & Dunn: Hit songs include: "Boot Scootin' Boogie," "My Maria," "Hard Workin' Man."
Brooks & Dunn: This is typical consumption for a pair of fans at a Brooks & Dunn concert before noon. Git er done!
Alice Cooper: Very well may have stumbled into a porn flick or two during his 1970s alcoholic heyday.
Alice Cooper: Along with Iggy Pop, attended Brian Wilson's birthday party, but the two left when the drug-addled Beach Boy freaked them out.
Brooks & Dunn: Ronnie Dunn attended Miley Cyrus' (Disney's Hannah Montana) birthday party, and stayed.
Alice Cooper: Is the father of the "shock rock" genre.
Brooks & Dunn: Their tune "Boot Scootin' Boogie" unleashed a rather shocking wave of early 1990s line dancing hysteria and a boost in the bolo tie market.
Alice Cooper: Cooper owns the Phoenix-based restaurant named Cooperstown Sports Bar and Grill. The eatery's motto is: Where jocks and rock meet.
Brooks & Dunn: Unofficial motto of their live show: Where overpriced cowboy hats and halter-tops meet.
Brooks & Dunn: Are the highest selling duo of all time behind Simon and Garfunkel.
Alice Cooper: Is the highest selling artist who is both a born-again Christian and perceived Satanist. It's not clear if Cooper was "born again" following one of his many faked onstage executions.
Alice Cooper: Passed on his shock rock legacy to Marilyn Manson and other goth rockers. He did not, however, pass on his tips for flawless eyeliner application.
Brooks & Dunn: Actress in their video for "Rock My World (Little Country Girl)" was found passed out behind the wheel of her car in the parking lot of a pizza joint with a blood alcohol level of .55. This is what happens when you wear your Calvin Klein snakeskin boots and rock out too much to Merle, kids.
Brooks & Dunn
6:30pm Wednesday, August 6. Les Schwab Amphitheater, 344 SW Shevlin Hixon Dr. $49.
7pm Thursday, July 31. Deschutes County Fairgrounds. 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond. Admission is free with a ticket. CooListen to 98.3FM "The Twins" for tickets.