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The Hollywood Vampires

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The Hollywood Vampires

The Hollywood Vampires was a group of famous male rock stars in the 1970s. The hazing to get into the club was to outdrink all the members.[1]

Lair Of The Hollywood Vampires

In one interview, Alice Cooper lists members including Bernie Taupin, Harry Nilsson, Micky Dolenz, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and Keith Moon.[2]

One photograph from an Alice Cooper: Prime Cuts documentary includes: Micky Dolenz, Keith Moon, Harry Nilsson, Alice Cooper, and Jack Cruz.

Alice Cooper from Alice Cooper: Prime Cuts:

...The Speakeasy and Tramps were the place to be in London. There was a little loft at the Rainbow Bar and Grill in LA (W. Hollywood), they only had that for the club: the club was myself, Keith Moon, Ringo, Micky Dolenz, Harry Nilsson, it was that crowd, every night those same people. Every once in a while John Lennon would come into town or Keith Emerson and they would be honorable members of the night. They still have a plaque there at the Rainbow, where it says 'The Lair of the Hollywood Vampires.'


  1. ^ Robert Sellers. An A-Z of Hellraisers: A Comprehensive Compendium of Outrageous Insobriety. Retrieved 2014-10-10. 
  2. ^ Love And Poison, An Alice Cooper Interview

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