Alice Cooper guitarist Nita Strauss shared her feelings about the upcoming concert after performing online shows for more than a year on her Instagram account. Also, she asked her fans to stay away from their phones during the shows.
As you may recall, Alice Cooper had previously announced his upcoming tour along with former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley as the special guest star. It will start on September 17, 2021, in New Jersey and end on October 23, 2021, in Georgia. Also, most of the tickets have been sold out.
In his recent Instagram post, Nita Strauss highlighted that she always loved performing on the stage. However, according to her, she realized how much she missed the live shows and being on the stage following the outbreak of the global pandemic, during which she could only record or perform online concerts.
Furthermore, Strauss expressed her feelings about going back to the stage, saying that she feels grateful and excited to reunite with their fans after over a year. However, she advised her fans to live and stay the moment instead of trying to record everything with their phones during the concerts.
Strauss’ IG post read as follows:
“Reflecting on the past year and a half… It’s been a time of playing guitar on rooftops and in front of webcams, to empty rooms and into recording interfaces, hearing the click and beep of a camera lens instead of the roar of voices.
Now, finally, a week from today, we get to play in front of a sold-out concert crowd. I’ve been on stage more than half my life, and I always knew how much I loved it. However, I never understood how much I would miss performing if I didn’t have that opportunity.
Now the time is almost here! I am so grateful to have the opportunity once again to do this thing that I love so much, for all of you. I hope you guys have as much fun as I do at these upcoming shows. Put the phones down and enjoy every minute… Because we’ll be giving you everything we have.
The Alice Cooper/ Ace Frehley tour kicks off Friday, September 17 in Atlantic City!”
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