At age 70, Alice Cooper is still going strong as he celebrates his fourth decade as the music world’s pre-eminent shock rocker, and he welcomed a very special guest on stage during a recent performance at New York’s Beacon Theatre: Mike Myers.
In fan-shot video (above), the “Austin Powers” star hops on stage at about the 6:45 mark during Cooper’s performance of his classic single “School’s Out”, with the black-clad comedian offering the rocker his iconic “we’re not worthy” salute made famous in his “Wayne’s World” sketches and spinoff movies.
Cooper and Myers have a long history together. Cooper, in fact, made a very memorable appearance in the first “Wayne’s World” flick, tutoring Wayne (Myers) and Garth (Dana Carvey) about the rich history of Milwaukee.
Myers and Cooper crossed paths a few years later when the “SNL” alum made his directorial debut on the 2014 documentary “Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon”, about the life of the legendary rock manager whose clients included Cooper, Blondie, Pink Floyd, and more.