TWISTED SISTER's FRENCH Says 'Personal Schedules' Prevent Band From Touring More Extensively

TWISTED SISTER guitarist Jay Jay French says that the reunited group's limited touring activities are solely due to the bandmembers' conflicting personal schedules which prevent the group from embarking on a more extensive run of dates. "We are only playing four shows in the U.S. this summer, as is our choice, because of all the personal commitments of each bandmember," French said. "Our personal schedules are brutal, which is why the sum total of all shows including Europe and Korea is 11. This is our choice, period."

Upcoming TWISTED SISTER tour dates:

Jun. 08 - Sweden Rock Festival - Sölvesborg, Sweden
Jun. 27 - Z7 - Pratteln, SWI
Jun. 28 - Bang Your Head Festival - Balingen, GER
Jul. 05 - Six Flags Great Adventure – Jackson, NJ
Jul. 18 - Chippewa Falls Music Festival - Chippewa Falls, WI
Jul. 19 - Eagles Ballroom - Milwaukee, WI
Aug. 29 - SPA (venue and details TBA)

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