The beginning of the sixth line-up of Twisted Sister was defined by the addition of lead singer Dee Snider in 1976. Version seven launched six weeks later with new drummer Tony Petri and a harder sound - influenced by Zeppelin, Sabbath, and Alice Cooper.
Dee's rapport with band co-founder Jay Jay French was so strong that the band's 1976 tours were an instant hit. Eventually, Twisted Sister could play just one song and then Dee and Jay Jay would just chat about current events to riotous applause. The'76 tour was a foundational step for Twisted Sister, leading to their 1982 album debut, Under the Blade.
Twisted Sister’76 Toir logo, complete with Bicentennial iconography
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