Alice Cooper has been a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame since 2011, and on Monday he became the newest member of White Castle's Cravers Hall of Fame.
The 66-year-old rocker visited the fast food chain's home office in Columbus, Ohio, during a stop on his 2014 All Bad Things Must Come to an End tour. He was treated to a VIP tour, an induction ceremony and an impromptu jam session.
White Castle vice president Jamie Richardson explains, "When we heard about Cooper's life-long love of our hot and tasty sandwiches, we knew he had to be a part of the Cravers Hall of Fame." Richardson added, "He is a legend in the rock 'n' roll world, and now he is a legend at White Castle."
Cooper noted, "It's probably one of the most all-American things that there is, White Castles. So I feel like it's the one product that hasn't changed over all the years. Everything tastes differently now. But White Castle tastes exactly the same."
White Castle began inducting public figures who had publicly shown their love of White Castle back in 2002. Other celebrity Cravers who've received the honor include Speaker of the House John Boehner and Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle stars John Cho and Kal Penn.
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