TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider is confirmed to make rounds on a string of upcoming television programs to promote the Halloween season as well as his current project VAN HELSING'S CURSE, now on the road.
Dee's schedule of appearance currently consists of:
Wednesday, October 20 (9:30am -11am) - LIVE
NBC 10: "The 10! Show" (Philadelphia)
Thursday, October 28 (10:30am - 12:00pm) - LIVE
ESPN: "Cold Pizza"
Thursday, October 28 (12:30pm – 1:30pm) - LIVE
CNNfn: "The Biz"
Friday, October 29th (6am - 8am) – LIVE
Fox 2: "Morning Show" (Detroit)
Friday, October 29th (8pm – 11:30pm)
CN8: "Backstage" – Catch VAN HELSING’S CURSE spotlighted on the network’s Halloween special program
Dee is also taping a special appearance on CNBC's "John McEnroe Show" on Wednesday, October 27 to air on the show’s Halloween special program. Stay tuned to www.mcenroeshow.com for airdate and re-broadcast info.
Upcoming VAN HELSING’S CURSE performance dates include:
Oct. 23 - Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theater
Oct. 29 - Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Theater
The debut release by VAN HELSING’S CURSE, "Oculus Infernum", is in stores now, through KOCH Records.
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