Dee Snider, front man for the heavy metal sensation Twisted Sister and a cast member on “Celebrity Apprentice Allstar” has paired up with Giuliana Rancic ("E! News," "Fashion Police") in a duet that rocks for a good cause. This electrifying reinterpretation of a holiday classic from Snider's new musical production, Dee Snider’s Rock and Roll Christmas Tale, marks Giuliana's singing debut and a significant portion of the proceeds from all digital download sales will support her charity, Fab-U-Wish. This phenomenal foundation grants wishes to women undergoing treatment for breast and ovarian cancer. Snider and Rancic’s “Silent Night” will also be featured this coming spring on an episode of “Giuliana & Bill” on E!. Enjoy this special musical collaboration and, in return, make someone's holiday merrier and brighter!
The new single drops today. During the first week the song is available, it can be purchased for $0.99, and after that it will be $1.29. Visit iTunes.com to download.
Broadway In Chicago has announce that Dee Snider'S ROCK & ROLL CHRISTMAS TALE, starring and written by iconic rocker Dee Snider, directed by Adam John Hunter and produced by John B. Yonover, will play the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place (175 E Chestnut) Nov. 4, 2014 through Jan. 4, 2015. Dee Snider's ROCK & ROLL CHRISTMAS TALE will be part of the Broadway In Chicago 2014 Fall Season.
Dee Snider's ROCK & ROLL CHRISTMAS TALE tells the story of Däisy Cütter, a heavy metal bar band looking to make it big even though the 80s are LONG over. This year, these four guys are ready to take the ultimate step and, in mythic rock tradition, sell their souls to the devil in exchange for success beyond their wildest metal dreams! But every time they try to seal the infernal pact, their head-banging anthems turn into warm-hearted carols. Soon these rockers are forced to realize their dreams of stardom are no match for the Christmas spirit. Dee Snider, infamous lead singer of Twisted Sister, has created a VERY funny, VERY rocking and (sshhh!) VERY sweet new holiday musical, guaranteed to rock your whole family's holiday and twist your Christmas.
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WOODBURY - A group of local motorcyclists is rejecting the notion that bikers are careless and violent.
The push to squash the bad rap comes after a string of recent incidents and arrests involving motorcyclists. A video that recently went viral caught a group of motorcyclists smashing the window of an SUV on the West Side Highway.
Since that incident, police have received numerous 911 calls about large groups of bikers speeding, especially on the Long Island Expressway. Several bikers have been arrested.
Jim Barr, president of the motorcycle group Long Island Abate, held a news conference today to dispel the bad reputation. "The motorcycle community as a whole is predominantly honest, patriotic and hard-working,” he said.
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Before Matt Lauer put on that iconic Baywatch swimsuit for Today's Halloween special, we had no idea what great legs he had!
But, if you ask him, he didn't quite pull off the sexy lifeguard look. "It was supposed to be a tribute to Pamela Anderson," he said on an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show airing Wednesday, Nov. 13. "I look more like Dee Snider with fake boobs!"
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Guests also included Patrick Stewart, Sandy Duncan, Dee Snider, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Brooke Shields, Tony La Russa, and more.
Celebrated novelist John Grisham joined the cast of Broadway's A Time to Kill, inspired by his book of the same title, on its opening night at the John Golden Theatre on Sunday, October 20. Following the performance, Grisham and the cast, led by Sebastian Arcelus and John Douglas Thompson, headed to the Bryant Park Grill to toast the new production.
Adapted for the stage by Rupert Holmes, A Time to Kill is directed by Ethan McSweeny. The production also features Fred Dalton Thompson, Patrick Page, Tom Skerritt, Ashley Williams, Tonya Pinkins, Chike Johnson, Jeff Bender, Dashiell Eaves, J.R. Horne, John Procaccino, Tijuana Ricks, and Lee Sellars.