LITA FORD Interviewed By TWISTED SISTER's DEE SNIDER

'80s hard rock queen Lita Ford has agreed to give one interview for now regarding her upcoming "comeback" show at this year's Rocklahoma festival on July 11. And who did she give this interview too? TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider and his "House of Hair" radio show.

You can log on to www.houseofhaironline.com to sign up for the newsletter and check out the interview.

"House of Hair" will run the first two segments of the interview on the daily show which will air in two parts Thursday, April 10 and Friday, April 11.

Lita Ford recently signed a deal with Coallier Entertainment, the New York-based company whose list of clients includes such artists as TWISTED SISTER and SEBASTIAN BACH.

In a statement released to BLABBERMOUTH.NET regarding her comeback performance in July, Lita had this to say: "It's been way too long since I've rocked a crowd. Broke out my axe and turned it up loud. Always in my heart forever in my soul. On July 11th I'm gonna rock 'n' roll. At Rocklahoma I'll hit the stage with thousands of you maniacs. Close My Eyes Kiss Me Deadly can't forget the leather pants!"

Dave Giencke, Director of Operations for the Catch the Fever Music Festivals, which organizes Rocklahoma, stated, "Having Lita Ford perform at Rocklahoma is just an example of how we are committed to bring the best talent possible to Pryor, Oklahoma and we're not done yet!"

Rocklahoma festival will be held July 10-13, 2008 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma. TRIUMPH and EXTREME are among the bands reuniting with all or most of their original lineups for this year's festival, which will also feature sets from NIGHT RANGER, CINDERELLA, Bret Michaels, TESLA, ARMORED SAINT, L.A. GUNS and many more. More than 85 bands in all will perform on three giant stages throughout the four days with several more big names to be added in the coming weeks.

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