Dee Snider

Dee Snider

Sunday mornings, Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider presents The House of Hair from 7a-10a on THE HOG. Dee will spin his favorite songs including AC/DC, Scorpions, Metallic Bon Jovi, Poison and Ozzy.

If you haven’t heard of The House of Hair… visit to find out more and be sure to tune in every Sunday Morning…on your way to church, Sinners :)~

Presented by Blain’s Farm and Fleet

About Dee Snider…
Best known as the lead singer of the acclaimed rock band, Twisted Sister, Dee Snider is a radio personality, television host, author, screenplay writer, actor, a doting husband of 27 years, and the father of four children.

In radio, 2007 marks Dee’s 10th year hosting the nationally syndicated “House of Hair”, our weekly show heard in over 200 markets across the country. In February, he debuted as host of our newest program, the “Daily House of HairCut”.

Recently reunited with his original Twisted Sister mates, he keeps creating music, including their latest, “A Twisted Christmas”. In 2005, Dee produced ‘Van Helsing’s Curse’, an eighteen piece rock orchestra that mixes everything from Black Sabbath to Beethoven. Written and narrated by Snider himself, Van Helsing’s Curse has been hailed by critics as the new soundtrack for Halloween.

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