The latest rock legend to respond is Twisted Sister's Dee Snider, who respectfully offered his own retort to Simmons' claims.
Twisted Sister's Dee Snider discusses Joan Jett's legacy with Full Metal Jackie.
Every weekend, I host 'Loudwire Reloaded,' a two-hour radio show that features a countdown of the biggest rock songs in America, plus the winner of the Loudwire Reloaded Airplay Poll, a song selected by your votes at Loudwire.com. I also feature songs that are tied into the content here at Loudwire.com. This weekend (Dec. 14-15), hear a track from Loudwire's pick for the best rock album of 2013 and many more cool spotlight songs. Also on the show this weekend is my interview with Dee Snider.
Outspoken Twisted Sister vocalist Dee Snider will have the tables turned on him on Jan. 24 when he becomes the subject of the 2nd Annual 'Rock & Roll Roast' taking place in Anaheim, Calif. The musician will be lovingly skewered by peers such as Zakk Wylde, Anthrax's Scott Ian and Lita Ford, as well as several comedians and celebrities.
What’s better than watching Poison's Bret Michaels and Twisted Sister's Dee Snider going at it in their respective seasons of NBC's ‘Celebrity Apprentice’? How about Bret Michaels taking on Dee Snider head-to-headbanging-head in the new ‘All-Star Celebrity Apprentice’ set to kick off in March of 2013.
It seems like whenever a Presidential race begins, some politician rubs a musician the wrong way by using their music as a campaign theme. In 1984, Bruce Springsteen went after Presidential candidate Ronald Reagan for using 'Born in the USA,' Foo Fighters barred John McCain from playing 'My Hero' during his campaign, and now, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider had denounced the use of 'We're Not Gonna Take It' by Republican Vice Presidential hopeful Paul Ryan.