Dee Snider Proves He Doesn’t Need Twister Sister To Continue His Rock Career

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Dee Snider’s musical journey has traversed far beyond the Twisted Sister era, weaving a tapestry of diverse projects that echo his boundless creativity. Reflecting on his post-Twisted Sister career, Snider recently took to X to share a catalogue of albums that might have flown under the radar for many:

“Here’s a tidbit for you: I’ve actually put out more albums after parting ways with Twisted Sister than during our time together. How many of these gems have graced your ears?

From the hard-hitting Desperado debut, ‘Ace,’ to Widowmaker’s adrenaline-fueled ‘Blood & Bullets’ and ‘Stand By For Pain,’ and into the solo realm with ‘Never Let The Bastards Wear You Down,’ the spectrum of my musical evolution is vast.

But wait, there’s more: delve into the haunting depths of Van Helsing’s Curse with ‘Occulus Infernum,’ witness my theatrical flair in ‘Dee Does Broadway,’ feel the anthemic pulse of ‘We Are The Ones,’ and embrace the ferocity of ‘For The Love of Metal’ and its electrifying live counterpart, ‘For The Love of Metal Live’ SMF’s Live.”

However, Snider’s talents extend far beyond the realm of music alone. Responding to a user’s surprise at his post-Twisted Sister endeavors, Snider shed light on his multifaceted career:

“Well, the journey doesn’t stop with music. I’ve been a fixture on the airwaves across various radio formats for three decades. Did you catch wind of that? My performances have graced screens big and small, from film to TV, and even Broadway stages. And let’s not forget my voice-over work spanning over three decades. Life’s a whirlwind, isn’t it?”

While Snider continues to blaze new trails, speculation swirls around the possibility of a Twisted Sister reunion. Despite the band bidding farewell in 2016, whispers of a revival persist. Addressing the murmurs, Snider hinted at the tantalizing prospect:

“The offers keep rolling in, and the band has pondered the ‘what if?’ But for now, it’s all up in the air.”

In a nostalgic turn of events, Twisted Sister reunited for a memorable performance at the Metal Hall of Fame induction in 2023, with familiar faces gracing the stage once more. And as the political landscape heats up, expect to catch glimpses of the iconic band rallying crowds at Democratic political events throughout the 2024 election season.

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