- Twisted Sister Frontman Dee Snider, who testified at the 1985 Senate Hearing on Parental Advisory, to open new exhibit
Set to open today, the Rock Hall’s new exhibit Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics explores music’s power to change “the attitudes of patriotism, peace, equality and freedom.” It covers eight political topics: civil rights; LGBT issues; feminism; war and peace; censorship; political campaigns; political causes; and international politicals.
Morrissey, Dee Snider, Rob Zombie, Bob Mould, The Hives, NAS and Social Distortion are among the first wave of artists for Riot Fest Chicago, it was announced today.
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to open 'Louder Than Words' political exhibit with aid of Twisted Sister's Dee Snider
"Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics,'' the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's exhibit timed to take advantage of this election season and in particular the Republican National Convention's return to Cleveland, opens Friday, May 20.
These guys are friends of mine, give em a listen! Dee