Twisted Sister

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Twisted Sister

Twisted Sister performing in Manchester in 2006.
(l-r) Jay Jay French, Eddie "Fingers" Ojeda and Dee Snider.
Background information
Also known as Bent Brother, Silverstar
Origin Long Island, New York, United States
Genres Heavy metal, hard rock[1]
Years active 1972–1987, 2003–present
Labels Secret, Atlantic, Spitfire, Razor & Tie
Associated acts Van Helsing's Curse, Widowmaker, Desperado, Magellan, The Plasmatics, Hammerhead, Cities, Motionless In White
Website www.twistedsister.com
Members
Jay Jay French
Eddie "Fingers" Ojeda
Dee Snider
Mark "The Animal" Mendoza
A. J. Pero
Past members
See: band members

Twisted Sister is an American metal band. They were popular in the 1980's with their music videos We're Not Gonna Take it and I Wanna Rock. Originally a glam rock band influenced by New York Dolls, when Dee Snider came they moved to a heavy metal direction.[2]

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