Dee Snider to bring seminal horror character Captain Howdy back to life.
Emaji, Inc. (OTC PINK: EMJI) announced today that its entertainment division, Emaji Entertainment, has acquired the rights to reboot Dee Snider’s “StrangeLand,” the 1998 horror film written by and starring Snider, the frontman of heavy metal giant Twisted Sister.
Are you ready for Hair at the Fair?
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, Lita Ford, Kix and Lynch Mob will take fans back to a night of '80s head-banging hair metal on Aug. 15 at the Wisconsin State Fair in West Allis. Tickets for the 7 p.m. show are $35 and $25; all seating is reserved.
Country icon Kenny Rogers, whose concerts at the fair date back to 1972, will perform on the final night of the fair at 6 p.m. Aug. 16. Reserved-seat tickets are $35 and $25.
Tickets for both concerts go on sale at 9 a.m. May 8 at wistatefair.com and include admission to the fair when purchased in advance. Those are the final two Main Stage performances to be announced for the Wisconsin State Fair, which runs Aug. 6-16. To see the full lineup of acts, go to wistatefair.com.
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Alas, it seems that Dee Sniderand his merry band of louder-than-lifehair-metal maraudersTwisted Sisterare finally destined, for real, tonot take it anymore. On the heels of the tragic heart attack death ofdrummerA.J. Pero, the Long Island legends have announced thatthey’ll soon part ways. Naturally, Twisted Sister will not go quietly, sothe band will be honoring A.J. with a couple of tribute gigs and thensaying farewell to fans throughout 2016 on their amazingly named“Forty and F—k It” Tour.If this is truly where Twisted Sister historyends, so be it. The group is monumental in the annals of hard rock,heavy metal, glam, and pop culture. So instead of mourning TS’simminent demise, let’s celebrate the band’s most luminous high-profile moments, when, in all manner of ways, Dee Snider and theboys imbued all of humanity to stand up, pump a fist, and let it beknown: “I wannaROCK!”