Twisted Sister's Dee Snider was subject to a little skewering Thursday night (Jan. 24), but it was all for a good cause as the Revolver / Guitar World Rock & Roll Roast raised funds for the MusiCares organization.
It seems like whenever a Presidential race begins, some politician rubs a musician the wrong way by using their music as a campaign theme. In 1984, Bruce Springsteen went after Presidential candidate Ronald Reagan for using ‘Born in the USA,’ Foo Fighters barred John McCain from playing ‘My Hero’ during his campaign, and now, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider had denounced the use of ‘We’re Not G
‘Holliston,’ a sitcom described by its creators as ‘The Big Bang Theory’ meets ‘Evil Dead II,’ debuts on FEARnet TV on April 3rd. Dee Snider from Twisted Sister and Oderus Urungus from GWAR are co-stars on the network’s first original series.