TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider will guest on this Sunday's (December 6) episode of A&E's "Private Sessions", a weekly one-hour performance and interview series hosted by Lynn Hoffman. Snider sits down with Hoffman to talk family, friends, music, and metal. Don't miss exclusive performances of "I Wanna Rock", "We're Not Gonna Take It", "The Price", "Thirty" and a special Christmas treat, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful". Plus surprise guests Bobby Brown, Lita Ford, Eddie Trunk and fellow headbanger Riki Rachtman drop by to ask Dee a question.
The show will air at 9:00 a.m. EST / 8:00 a.m. CST. Check out a couple of preview clips below.
Taped in a small intimate studio in New York City, "Private Sessions" showcases exclusive performances and intimate conversations with the top names in the music and movie industry.
Each Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. EST, "Private Sessions" explores the body of work of a single artist or group. It also includes perfomances of current releases as well as career-building, influential or defining songs and/or movie projects.
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