Twisted Sister Is Reuniting For Metal Hall of Fame Charity Gala

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Later this month, Twisted Sister will be reuniting for a performance at the sixth annual Metal Hall of Fame Charity Gala.

Alongside their performance, Twisted Sister will also be inducted into the Metal Hall of Fame. Those members being honored are Dee Snider, Mark Mendoza, Jay Jay French, Eddie Ojeda, as well as the late A. J. Pero.

Per the event’s website, French shares the following regarding the band’s induction:

“Twisted Sister is honored to be recognized by the Metal Hall of Fame and have our names alongside many of our peers.”

Over on Twitter, Ojeda wrote about how excited he is to be with everyone and to celebrate the band’s induction. Snider retweet’d Ojeda’s post, sharing how he too is very excited about the event. You can find both of these posts below.

Also attending the sixth annual Metal Hall of Fame Charity Gala event are Steve Vai and Mike Portnoy (both artists will be part of the inducting ceremony involving Twisted Sister). Lou Gramm, Chris Impellitteri, and Raven will also be present at the event.

This event will be taking place on January 26th in Agoura Hills, CA (at the Canyon Club). Tickets are still on sale at the time of this writing, and if you are interested in attending, you can learn more by following this link here.

When it comes to other news concerning the Twisted Sister singer, Snider recently expressed that he does not think of Led Zeppelin‘s Robert Plant as much of a frontman.

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