Photos From TWISTED SISTER Frontman's 50th Birthday Party Posted Online

TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider's official web site has been updated with photos from Dee's 50th birthday party, which was held at the Castle on Sands Point Preserve on Long Island. The party, which was filmed for an upcoming Discovery Channel TV show, "Party Planner", was attended by Dee's TWISTED SISTER bandmates, Sebastian Bach (ex-SKID ROW) and Tony Harnell (TNT), among many others. Check out the pictures at this location.

As previously reported, Snider will host VH1 Classic's "Matzo And Metal: A Very Classic Passover", a one-hour special featuring Dee and Scott Ian of ANTHRAX, Leslie West of MOUNTAIN and Snider's TWISTED SISTER bandmate JJ French discussing their experiences in the music industry as well as their Jewish heritage over a special Passover meal. All foods served will be Kosher of course courtesy of the special's sponsor Manischewitz. The program will premier the second night of Passover, Sunday, April 24 at 7 p.m. ET.


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