Alice Cooper, Vince Gill Jam at Arena

Gill, Vince

The Nashville Predators hockey team always hosts live music between periods, and ya never know what’s gonna happen in Music City.

Country band Sixwire (remember Fox’s The Next Great American Band?) was playing onstage Saturday night between the first and second periods when two unlikely music giants joined them.

Rocker Alice Cooper (“No More Mr. Nice Guy”) joined Vince Gill for a version of Alice’ 1972 hit “School’s Out.”

The unlikely duo’s performance, of course, made YouTube.

Comments

More News

First time Marty Raybon has recorded with the band in 17 years.
Superstars perform Garth’s classic “Friends in Low Places” for sold-out crowd.
Cites vocal strain as the reason.
The former merch guy from Georgia sold out two nights in Chicago. - See more at: http://editorial.countryweekly.com/photos/cole-swindell-joes-bar-chicago?page=4#gallery
Multi-star special airs Friday night, Dec. 19, on TNT.