Dee & Harvey Mason Jr Fight For Rights of Artists

WASHINGTON - Twisted Sister front-man Dee Snider and Grammy-winning songwriter Harvey Mason, Jr. are in D.C. for 'Grammys on the Hill,' an annual event where artists and lawmakers gather to push for rights of musicians.

They joined us to talk music and the 'business' of music.


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Dee Doesn't Feel Twisted Sister Has Gotten Its Due

In a brand new interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider was asked if he feels the band has finally gotten its due and the respect it deserves, more than forty years after its inception. He responded: "I've often taken personal responsibility for wherever I went in my head, making the wrong decisions. All of the right decisions that I made to get us there, I started to make wrong decisions to crash and burn too early. And the band is dismissed as being a flash in the pan, one-hit wonders — actually, two hits. That's troublesome.'


Five Great Dee Sound Bites

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider turns 61 today (March 15th), and besides being a stellar frontman, he’s also one of the best talkers in music. It doesn’t matter if it’s at a Congressional hearing, on social media or in a standard interview, whenever Dee voices his opinion, people listen. In honor of his birthday, here’s five of our favorite Dee Snider sound bites.


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