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16 Years Ago: Robert Plant Opened for Dee Snider

Mike McGinnis, Stringer / Chris McGrath, Getty Images
Mike McGinnis, Stringer / Chris McGrath, Getty Images

Did Robert Plant once serve as Dee Snider's opening act? It sounds crazy, but it actually happened.

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Loverboy, Dee Snider Lead ’80s Riot in Radio Shack Super Bowl Ad

Dee Snider Super Bowl Commercial
Radio Shack

Loverboy's 'Working for the Weekend' and Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider are among the '80s stars leading an attack on a Radio Shack store in a new Super Bowl commercial.

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Dee Snider Endorses Crowdfunding Campaign for Twisted Sister Documentary

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Andrew H. Walker, Getty Images

Trying to tell someone else's story is always a tricky business -- even if you're using only interviews to do it, it's easy to trip over people's feelings, miss details and unintentionally inflame old grudges. But filmmaker Andrew Horn has managed to pull it off with his upcoming Twisted Sister documentary, according to frontman Dee Snider.

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Dee Snider to Premiere Christmas Musical in 2014

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Chicago's theater scene will get a dose of heavy rock 'n' roll next year, when 'Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale' will premiere at the Broadway Playhouse during the 2014 holiday season.

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See Dee Snider in ‘Holliston’ Video for ‘Love It Down Your Throat’

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Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider has a side gig playing Lance Rockett -- lead singer of the Van Halen tribute band Dyver Down -- on the FEARnet sitcom 'Holliston.' And to mark the occasion of the show's second season finale on Tuesday night (Aug. 6), the full video for Dyver Down's first original song was released online.

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Dee Snider to Al Gore: ‘Don’t Throw Stones’

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Theo Wargo, Getty Images

Dee Snider recently appeared on Joy Behar's 'Say Anything' TV show, and he had a few choice words for former vice president Al Gore, whose ex-wife Tipper led a crusade against Snider's music back in the '80s. "I was stunned and very happy," the Twisted Sister frontman said of the Gores' 2011 divorce. "They went after me big-time in the '80s, pointing a lot of fingers."

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Dee Snider and Sebastian Bach Skiing – Pic of the Week

Dee Snider and Sebastian Bach
Twitter

Given the eternally hot temperatures in Hell, one would think that a ski resort in Vermont would not be an appropriate place to make the "devil horns" sign. However, Dee Snider, always one to do the unexpected, thinks otherwise, and it's our Pic of the Week.

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Rockers Roast Dee Snider for Charity

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images

In nearly 30 years of cross-dressing in the public eye, Dee Snider has had to learn how to laugh at himself. That ability came in handy on Thursday (Jan. 24) night, as the Twisted Sister frontman was the guest of honor at a roast at the Grove of Anaheim in Anaheim, Calif.

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Dee Snider Confused by ‘Draft Dodger’ Ted Nugent’s Conservative Following

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Michael Loccisano / Jason Merritt, Getty Images

Over the past decade or so, Ted Nugent has gotten more publicity for his conservative political views than his music. Earlier this month, Nugent wrote an open letter to vice President Joe Biden about his views on gun control. However, Dee Snider recalls a time when the "Motor City Madman" wasn't so thrilled with the idea of carrying a gun. In a new interview, the Twisted Sister frontman recalled Nugent's unwillingness to fight in the Vietnam War.

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Tommy Lee, Dee Snider, Sebastian Bach + More Autograph Limited Edition Baseball Cards

Tommy Lee, Dee Snider, and Sebastian Bach
Frazer Harrison / Slaven Vlasic / Ethan Miller, Getty Images

The folks at Topps are thinking throwback for this year's run of Topps Archives baseball cards -- and to add a little something extra for buyers looking to pick up some truly special collector's items, they're adding signed, limited-edition cards featuring some of the biggest names in '80s rock.

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