TWISTED SISTER Frontman Shares Funny Story About Late QUIET RIOT Singer
The following is an excerpt from the unedited version of TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider's statement regarding the passing of QUIET RIOT singer Kevin DuBrow:
"I'd like to [share] a story. Kevin and I were talking one day and he told me about some girl scouts coming to his house to sell cookies and when he opened the door, they started singing [TWISTED SISTER's] 'We're Not Gonna Take It', much to his chagrin. Kevin told me that people were often getting TWISTED SISTER's song confused with QUIET RIOT's 'Cum On Feel the Noize' and asked if that ever happened to me. I proudly (and smugly) told him it had not. I could see Kevin was a little embarrassed by this... even better.
"From that day on, I have often had people confuse my song with 'Cum On Feel the Noize', culminating at a major sporting event where the cameras picked me out of the crowd, put my face on the Jumbotron...and started blasting 'Cum On Feel the Noize' while thousands cheered! Now it was my turn to be embarrassed. It was like God was getting even with me for being such a smug asshole.
"Sorry about that, Kev."
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