TWISTED SISTER's 'Evil Twin' To Re-Emerge This Fall

TWISTED SISTER's final performance for the foreseeable future will take place on November 1, 2003 at the Royal Oak Music Theater in Detroit, Michigan. However, BENT BROTHERTWISTED SISTER's evil twin (essentially a makeup-less version of the real thing) — shall be re-emerging from the ashes of infamy to perform selected dates throughout the Northeast later this fall. More information will be made available soon.

Upcoming TWISTED SISTER tour dates:

Oct. 24 - Beach Casino - Hampton Beach, NH (w/ SEBASTIAN BACH)
Oct. 26 - Webster Theater - Hartford, CT (w/ SEBASTIAN BACH)
Oct. 27 - The Beacon Theater – New York, NY (w/ ALICE COOPER, SEBASTIAN BACH)
Oct. 30 – House Of Blues - Chicago, IL (w/ SEBASTIAN BACH)
Nov. 01 – Royal Oak Music Theater - Detroit, MI

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