Alice Cooper to be guest at House of Commons

Washington: Rock legend Alice Cooper is set to meet with British politicians at the House of Commons in London to discuss music copyright. Cooper, 63, will be the guest of Mike Weatherley, Member of Parliament (MP) for Hove, reported Contactmusic.

Whitherley is the founder of the ‘Rock The House’ project - an organisation which promotes music among young people.

He has been a vocal campaigner for an update of copyright laws to stop music fans illegally burning CDs onto their computers and onto their Mp3 players.


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