Alice Cooper’s guitarist Nita Strauss talked in an interview with Lazer 103.3 radio station and revealed the biggest lesson that she learned from Alice.

She said that “Alice takes it to a whole new level of how he makes time for everybody.” Here’s the statement:

“I would say the biggest lesson that I took away from Alice is really something that was ingrained in me since I was a kid, but really driven home with Alice, is to be appreciative of everything you have.

Of course, we all appreciate the opportunities we have in life and the people that helped us get there, but Alice takes it to a whole new level of how appreciative he is of his fans and how he makes time for everybody.

Getting to see someone do it on the level he does, being Alice Cooper for 50 years now, is inspiring to all of us to get to play in a band with him.”

Nita’s debut album “Controlled Chaos” was released on November 16, 2018. She stated how she managed to write the album in between touring with Alice Cooper. Here’s the statement:

“I started putting the ideas down probably at the end of 2017. For a few months there, I was probably grabbing time like you said, on the back of the tour bus, in the hotel room, wherever I could set up my work station and work for an hour, that’s what I would do. When Alice took the summer off to go on tour with his band Hollywood Vampires, that’s when I took the bulk of recording and of course recorded drums and keys.”

You can listen to the entire interview from below.