In the '70s, Alice Cooper set the standard for theatrical rock performance and transformed the genre with his stagecraft and showmanship. The music icon is known for including electric chairs, fake blood, boa constrictors and baby dolls in his stage show, designed to shock the audience. In 2011 Cooper was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Besides his musical career, he dabbles in acting, golfing, restaurant owning and radio DJing. His latest album is "Welcome 2 My Nightmare," a sequel to 1975's "Welcome to My Nightmare."