On New Year's Eve, Alice Cooper hung out with contemporaries like Steven Tyler and Sammy Hagar for a loose night of rock n' roll. The beneficiary of the event, which was arranged by Cooper's manager Shep Gordon and held at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort and Spa in Maui, Hawaii, was the Maui Food Bank.

We've got video above of Cooper singing the Beatles' "Revolution," with Hagar on background vocals -- and, according to the Daily Mail, that's Lynda "Wonder Woman" Carter in white sharing a microphone with Hagar. Below you'll see Tyler, who joined Cooper for the same event four years ago, singing Aerosmith's "Jaded" and Cooper's bassist, Chuck Garric, wailing away on Motorhead's "Ace of Spades" in tribute to Lemmy, who died on Dec. 28. The Daily Mail also lists David Arquette, Larry David, Paulina Gretzky, Victor Garber and golfer Dustin Johnson among the celebrities in attendance.

Hagar wrote on his website, "We didn't make it to Cabo in time for New Year's this year got stuck in Maui - ha ha! Stayed for a fundraiser with Alice Cooper, his bass player Chuck Garric, Michael McDonald, Pat Simmons (Doobie Brothers), Hawaii's Willie K, Bob Rock and Dave Murray (Iron Maiden)!!! Quite the little jam for a few hundred special folks."

From here, Hagar has only two concerts booked on his calendar, a solo performance at Rock Solid in San Francisco on Jan. 9 and a gig with the Circle on Jan. 22 in Alburquerque, while Cooper has a stop in North Carolina on May 8. Tyler has a pair of shows at the Avalon Ballroom in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, on March 20 and 31. They are believed to be warm-up dates for a larger tour when he releases his country album later this year.

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