Rob Zombie

Morrissey, Rob Zombie, NAS, Dee among Riot Fest first wave

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.

The all-ages festival (kids 5 and under get in free) runs Sept. 16-18 in Douglas Park, 1401 S. Sacramento. In addition to the music, festivalgoers can also partake of Riot Fest’s “rodeo” attractions/midway including games, full carnival/rides, food, beverages and more. The list of what you may and may not bring to the festival grounds is extensive. Among the event’s list of yays and nays: selfie sticks and drones (NO); strollers and blankets (YES); Donald Trump (NO); John Stamos (YES). The full list of items can be found here.
Courtesy of Miriam DiNunzio for Chicago Sun Times


Louder Than Words

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.


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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