Alice Cooper is No Eddie Haskell - Larry Singer
Larry was a contributing photographer for Circus and Creem magazines from 1972 to 1984. 230 of his photographs are in the permanent collection of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
In this photograph, Alice Cooper models a tee shirt he designed, denying he played an obnoxiously insincere teenager in the 1950s TV comedy Leave It To Beaver. At a Miami Beach press conference on April 19, 1973, Alice (who admitted he often stretched the truth to reporters during interviews) admitted he created and widely circulated the rumor he played the role of Eddie Haskell.
This photograph is being sold for the first time as a 16” x 20” stretched canvas giclee. Each piece will be handsigned by Larry Singer and individually numbered. The edition size is 150 copies worldwide.