TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider was interviewed on "Better", a nationally syndicated lifestyle TV show which aims to make your life "better" by focusing on trends, beauty breakthroughs, finances, fitness, sex, decorating and all hot topics that affect your family and relationships. You can watch video footage of his appearance below.Snider made his Broadway debut on October 11 in "Rock Of Ages" for an 11-week limited run at The Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 West 47th Street) in New York City. Check out photos from BroadwayWorld.com (scroll down). Snider has taken over the part of Dennis, the owner of the Bourbon Room, which was played by Adam Dannheisser in the original Broadway cast. Starting October 19, Snider is hosting the post-show "Rock Senate Hearings," which take place every Tuesday and feature discussions with special guests and "Rock of Ages" cast members. "Rock Of Ages" is propelled by signature '80s rock anthems popularized by JOURNEY, TWISTED SISTER, JOAN JETT, PAT BENATAR, FOREIGNER, BON JOVI and REO SPEEDWAGON. The producers described the musical as such: "It's the late 1980s and the final countdown is on for a legendary Hollywood rock club facing its demise at the hands of eager developers. When a young rocker hungry for his big break and a small town girl chasing her dreams land on the scene at this infamous venue, how far will ambition drive them? And will it be lights out for the club and all the regulars and rockers who have made it their home?"
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