Courtesy of Twisted Sister: The Movie
Courtesy of: Ultimate Classic Rock
He's got the look, the height and the flair for the theatrical down cold. So basically, if Dee Snider of Twisted Sister can move a little and cut a promo as well as he can write an anti-authority anthem, he might have success in yet another form of entertainment. Our only request is that he enters the ring through a manhole cover, just like he does on the 'Come Out and Play' album cover.
Entrance Music: 'We're Not Gonna Take It'
Finishing Move: 'The Widowmaker'
"I never had the pleasure of meeting Dave Brockie "back in the day," and only finally met him when we worked together on the sitcom "Holliston". After spending a bit of time with him, I remember saying to myself, 'This is a really cool guy. I really like him. I look forward to getting to know Dave better in the future.' Sadly, that future will never come. RIP Oderus." - Dee Snider
Chris Caffery of Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Glen Hughes of Deep Purple are also guests that night.
The show aires on VH1 Classic @ 11pm est /10pm central.
More info on the VH1 Classic website.
Courtesy of Daily Herald
Broadway in Chicago on Monday announced a fall 2014 season that will include world premieres from Christopher Smith and Arthur Giron and Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, along with recent Broadway hits “Newsies” and “Cinderella” in their North American tours.
Fall productions begin Oct. 9 at the Bank of America Theatre, with Smith and Giron’s world premiere of the musical “Amazing Grace,” starring Josh Young, who played Judas Iscariot in the recent Broadway revival of “Jesus Christ Superstar.” Young plays composer John Newton in this coming-of-age-tale about a young man torn between following in the footsteps of his slave trader father or adopting the more enlightened views of his childhood sweetheart.
Next up is “Dee Snider’s Rock and Roll Christmas Tale” (Nov. 4, 2014-Jan. 4, 2015). Snider wrote and stars in this holiday show about a heavy metal band whose members are so determined to make it, they sell their souls in order to achieve their dreams of stardom.