TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider was recently interviewed on “Better”, a nationally syndicated lifestyle TV show. You can watch video footage of his appearance on the program in two parts below.
Dee‘s new studio album, “Dee Does Broadway”, was released on May 8 via Razor Tie. The CD features Dee‘s powerful voice and theatrical persona as he exudes his rock ‘ n’ roll take on several Broadway classics. The new album coincided with the release of his first-ever autobiography, “Shut Up And Give Me The Mic” (Gallery Books) on May 8.
“Dee Does Broadway” features several special guest stars, including Broadway and television icon Bebe Neuwirth on the DAMN YANKEES song “Whatever Lola Wants”, Broadway legend Patti LuPone on a “West Side Story” medley “Tonight/Somewhere”, pop icon Cyndi Lauper on SWEET CHARITY‘s “Big Spender”, Clay Aiken of “American Idol” on the GUYS AND DOLLS classic “Luck Be a Lady Tonight”, the stars of the Broadway hit musical “Priscilla Queen Of The Desert” (Will Swenson, Tony Sheldon, and Nick Adams) on SOUTH PACIFIC‘s “There Is Nothin’ Like A Dame”, Mark Wood of the TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA playing violin on the “Phantom Of The Opera” ballad “Music Of The Night”, as well a special rendition of “The Joint Is Jumpin” from “Ain’t Misbehavin'” with Dee‘s oldest son, Jesse “Blaze” Snider. Songs are also featured from classic Broadway shows including “Cabaret”, “Chicago”, “The Threepenny Opera”, “Anything Goes” and “Sweeney Todd”.
Snider‘s first-ever autobiography, “Shut Up And Give Me The Mic”, was released on May 8 via Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon Schuster.
Filled with entertaining anecdotes and candid confessions, “Shut Up And Give Me The Mic” takes you through the good times and bad with a heavy metal star who worked as hard as he played, and who did it all for his wife, four kids, and millions of fans. As lead singer and songwriter of TWISTED SISTER, Dee Snider became the poster boy for heavy metal, hair bands, and the wild side of rock. Now, in his twisted new memoir, he reveals the real stories behind the crazy makeup, the big hair, and badass hits like “We’re Not Gonna Take It” and “I Wanna Rock”. In his journey from every parent’s worst teenage nightmare to Renaissance man, Dee avoided the usual pitfalls associated with rock stars. But that didn’t stop Tipper Gore and the Parents Music Resource Center from targeting him — a fight that led him to testify before Congress with Frank Zappa. He may have been slapped with a Parental Advisory warning label, but, through it all, Snider stayed positive and focused on being the best he could be.