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Alice Cooper will hold his 10th annual “Christmas Pudding” celebrity charity concert on December 18, with the help of former Eagles guitarist Don Felder, Rob Zombie, Cheech Marin, Glen Campbell, winners from ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and ’America’s Got Talent’, and many others.

Rocker Alice Cooper has a soft spot for charity, and can usually be found on golf courses around the world raising funds for those less fortunate.

The shock rocker credits golf as being the one thing that helped him beat his dependency on alcohol, and has thrown himself into the game ever since. He is also the co-founder of the Solid Rock Foundation, a Christian organization that strives to help children and teens in the Phoenix area by providing a center where young people can learn about and participate in sports, music and educational activities.

The Solid Rock Foundation holds two major annual fundraising events – the Alice Cooper Pro/Am Golf Tournament in November and the Christmas Pudding Concert in December.

Cooper is currently fundraising for The Rock Teen Center, a facility in Phoenix that will offer a space where young adults can be creative, educated, active, and safe. Programs will be centered around a multi-use concert hall, coffee house (kitchen/snack bar for concerts & other events), indoor basketball/floor hockey court, rock climbing walls, sound room and recording studio, computer/reading/study rooms, and game room.

To find out more about the Christmas Pudding concert – which will be held at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona – click here.

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