Blue Coupe, a supergroup made up of founding members of Blue Oyster Cult and Alice Cooper‘s original band, recently released its second studio album, Million Miles More. Among the 13 tracks on the record is a tune titled “Hallow’s Grave,” to which Cooper himself contributed guest vocals.
The Blue Coupe lineup features former Cooper bassist Dennis Dunaway, as well as brothers Albert and Joe Bouchard, who played drums and bass, respectively, in B-O-C. In addition to Cooper’s appearance, Million Miles More includes guest spots from Blue Oyster Cult singer/guitarist Don “Buck Dharma” Roeser, original Steppenwolf keyboardist Goldy McJohn and Dictators/ex-Manowar guitar powerhouse Ross the Boss. Longtime Aerosmith producer Jack Douglas helped mix the album.
You can check out a preview video featuring a segment of “Hallow’s Grave” at Joe Bouchard’s YouTube channel.
Blue Coupe will celebrate the release of Million Miles More at their next concert, a July 25 gig at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, New York. The band has North American summer dates scheduled through a September 7 show in Shirley, Massachusetts.
Here are all of Blue Coupe’s upcoming shows:
7/25 — Amagansett, NY, Stephen Talkhouse
8/2 — Londonderry, NH, Tupelo Music Hall
8/3 — White River Junction, VT, Tupelo Music Hall
8/7 — Toledo, OH, Rocket Bar
8/9 — Chicago, IL, Hard Rock Cafe
8/10 — Cleveland, OH, Beachland Ballroom/Tavern
8/16 — Clayton, NY, Clayton Opera House
8/17 — Clayton, NY, Clayton Opera House
8/22 — North Kitchner, Canada, Chrysalios Theater
8/23 — West Toronto, Canada, The Rockpile
8/24 — North Hamilton, Canada, This Ain’t Hollywood
9/7 — Shirley, MA, Bull Run
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