The Twisted Sister frontman speaks out about his fear for his daughter Cheyenne's safety and how his former 'Celebrity Apprentice' co-star, President Donald Trump, is handling this pandemic.
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider is speaking out about the NFL's decision to have Jennifer Lopez and Shakira headline the Super Bowl halftime show.
"I am pro-people's rights to choose, particularly a woman's right to choose... that is the litmus test," says Snider, who once asked Donald Trump to stop using "We're Not Gonna Take It."
Five years before Luke Perry joined the class of "90210," the young actor had another school-themed role: he was a jean-jacket clad, MTV-shirt wearing extra in the video for Twisted Sister’s 1985 single “Be Chrool to Your Scuel." The song was from 1985’s "Come Out and Play" album, the less-successful followup to the 1984 album […]
Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It” was one of the great fist-pumping teen rebel anthems of the hard-rock ’80s. But now an older, wiser, kinder, gentler Dee Snider — the band’s infamous frontman — has transformed the song ” into a tear-jerking piano ballad for Criss Angel’s HELP (Heal Every Life Possible) charity.
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider is not at all ashamed to admit he and Donald Trump are friends. “Would you nominate or elect any friend you have as president of the United States?” Snider rhetorically asks. Donald Trump is a friend.