TWISTED SISTER Performs On 'Fox & Friends' (Video)
TWISTED SISTER performed this morning (Friday, July 25) as part of the Fox News channel's Fox & Friends All-American Summer Concert Series at the Fox News Plaza in New York City. Video footage of the band's rendition of its classic song "We're Not Gonna Take It" can be seen below.
Earlier on "Fox & Friends", TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider talked to Brian Kilmeade about the original five members of the band getting back together after a 15-year hiatus.
TWISTED SISTER guitarist Jay Jay French also highlighted a great cause that he is promoting. French introduced an eye doctor who he said saved his daughter from blindness.
French's daughter Samantha suffers from a rare eye disease called Uveitis.
The band will perform at a benefit concert September 5 in an effort to raise awareness and help the work for a cure.
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