TWISTED SISTER Interviewed On KISW's 'The BJ Shea Morning Experience'; Audio Available

TWISTED SISTER members Dee Snider (vocals) and Jay Jay French (guitar) were interviewed last month by "The BJ Shea Morning Experience" on the Seattle station KISW 99.9 FM. Listen to the chat using the audio player below (scroll down and click on "Dee Snider and Jay Jay French Interview").

Photos of TWISTED SISTER's "Twisted Sister, A Twisted Christmas On Broadway" holiday extravaganza, which was held on December 5, 2008 at the Nokia Theatre in New York City, can be found on the BrooklynVegan web site. The show featured the band performing songs its now-classic rockin' holiday CD and DVD, "A Twisted Christmas", with a special guest appearance by '80s hard rock queen Lita Ford, including "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", "Deck The Halls", and "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" inspired by their biggest hit, "We're Not Gonna Take It".

Fan-filmed video footage of the "Twisted Sister, A Twisted Christmas On Broadway" concert can be viewed below.

The promotional "I'll Be Home For Christmas" clip, which was released in November, features Lita Ford in her first video in 20 years. The video intersperses live concert footage of TWISTED SISTER and the TS bandmembers on their tour bus (and, of course, a hilarious twist of an ending), and it's by far the biggest production of all the "A Twisted Christmas" videos.


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