TWISTED SISTER have announced the following dates during the coming months:
Mar. 11 - Atarfe Vega Rock Festival - Granada, SPA
Apr. 29 - Silverton Casino - Las Vegas, NV
Jul. 08 - Quebec Int'l Summer Festival - Quebec City, CAN (w/ SCORPIONS)
Jul. 28 - Rock Of Ages Twisted Forever Festival – Seebronn, GER
Aug. 19 - RagnaRock Open Air Festival - NOR
As previously reported, a short video clip of TWISTED SISTER performing at the Pulse Lounge in the Hilton bar in Anaheim, California on Saturday, January 21 during an Epiphone party at the NAMM 2006 convention has been posted online at this location. TWISTED SISTER were reportedly joined for one song by POISON guitarist C.C. Deville.
TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider, who wrote and starred in the fright flick "Strangeland", has joined the lineup of the next Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors convention, presented by Anchor Bay Entertainment, to be held in Chicago, IL, March 4-5, 2006. Snider will discuss his work with Fangoria TV, as well as his planned unrated "Strangeland" re-release and sequel.
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