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Dee Snider to Appear on ‘Celebrity Family Feud’ This Weekend

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider will appear on Celebrity Family Feud on Sunday, June 20. "My family and I — the whole Snider Growing Up Twisted clan — are on Celebrity Family Feud,” the rocker declared during an interview on Mark Mendoza’s Facebook Live show 22 Now. “We went up against [NFL Hall of Famer and current co-host of Fox NFL Sunday] Terry Bradshaw and his family. And I will just say we kicked ass and we represented.”
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Dee Snider Rocks Long Island Homecoming

On Friday, June 11, Dee Snider came back to Long Island and rocked Stereo Garden in Patchogue. The show was filmed and will be released simultaneously with his new album Leave a Scar. Check out the video for the first single “I Gotta Rock (Again)” below. Snider joined Twisted Sister...
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Dee Snider announces new album ‘Leave A Scar’

Dee Snider has announced his new album, Leave a Scar, will be released on July 30th via Napalm Records. Snider has once again teamed up with Jamey Jasta to produce the record with mixing and mastering by drummer Nick Bellmore. To celebrate the album announcement, Snider has unveiled a video the first single “I Gotta Rock (Again).

Dee Snider Debuts “I Gotta Rock (Again)” Music Video

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider has debuted his brand new single “I Gotta Rock (Again)” form his forthcoming album, “Leave A Scar“. That album once again found Hatebreed vocalist Jamey Jasta overseeing the production duties with assistance from Nick Bellmore, while drummer Bellmore took on the mixing and mastering duties.
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Dee Snider Is Ready to Roll with New Album ‘Leave a Scar’

Long time heavy-metal icon and vocalist, Dee Snider, has announced that his fifth studio album, Leave a Scar, will be released on July 30 via Napalm Records. Three years after his last release, Snider is ready to get back on the scene, and the lyrics in the new single say it all: Here I go / It’s time to roll again!

Dee Snider Releases 'I Gotta Rock Again' Video And Announces Album

Former Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider has released a music video for his new single "I Gotta Rock Again", which comes from his forthcoming album, "Leave A Scar". Like Dee's 2018 album, "For The Love Of Metal", Snider once again recruited Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta to produce the new album. Dee had this to say about the new single and video, "'I Gotta Rock (Again)' is the starting gun for this album and the driving motivation behind me returning to the studio to record Leave a Scar.
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Dee Snider, Baldwin’s own, set to rock on Long Island

Baldwinite and Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider will perform for a one-time concert event to promote his solo album, “Leave a Scar,” at Stereo Garden in Patchogue on June 11. The show will be limited to 200 vaccinated or tested concertgoers due to Covid-19 restrictions; nonetheless, it will be filmed for future release for those unable to attend.
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Dee Snider to film a concert in Patchogue

Dee Snider is ready to rock again. The lead singer of Twisted Sister, who grew up in Baldwin, is returning to Long Island for a one-time concert event, which will be filmed for a future release. Snider will perform at Stereo Garden in Patchogue to a limited-capacity crowd on June 11.

Dee Snider Wins $1.2m Copyright Case For ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’

The lengthy legal battle between Queensland politician Clive Palmer and Twisted Sister has finally come to an end. Universal Music sued Palmer in 2019 after the latter rewrote the lyrics to the classic hit “We’re Not Gonna Take It” for his political campaigns to promote the United Australian Party. Federal Court Judge Anna Katzmann ruled that he took its rhythm and melody without permission from the band.
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Dee Snider Wins Copyright Victory Over Australian Politician

Last year abounded with stories of musicians frustrated by politicians making unsanctioned use of their music. Much of this surrounded the 2020 US election, and much of the controversy involved artists frustrated that the Trump campaign was playing their songs at rallies. But a recent legal ruling across the Pacific Ocean reveals that the United States isn’t the only place where such conflicts occur — and in this one, the artist involved just secured a big legal win. One might even say that this artist is, well, not gonna take it.