After spending decades in music from Twisted Sister to his solo career, Dee Snider thought it was time to retire. But when the pandemic hit, he realized it was not the end and felt inspired to speak out through music. Earlier this year, Snider released his 5th solo album “Leave A Scar” and is now more fired up than ever.
Snider also speaks about his history with Twisted Sister. The band began as a glitter rock band inspired by Alice Cooper, The New York Dolls, and David Bowie until Snider joined and morphed Twisted Sister into a metal band.
Snider also talks about speaking out against the PMRC about censorship, a children’s show he is helping to develop, and a fictional novel he recently wrote.
Watch the full interview here: