Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider Explains How The Beatles Helped Him To Become An Artist

Twisted Sister vocalist Dee Snider revealed when he decided to be a frontman by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account.

In the post, Dee explained how the legendary band The Beatles shaped his future and influenced his career. In this way, Dee also paid his respect for John Lennon and his colleagues.

Dee mentioned that one time he heard about The Beatles during the Ed Sullivan show, however, his father banned the television in the house so he couldn’t see the legends.

The next morning, the reaction for The Beatles at the bus stop was so amazing that Dee decided who he wants to be, a rock star that can influence others with his music.

After getting a question about how he decided to be a rock star, Dee Snider said:

“Simple: I heard about the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show. I didn’t see them because my dad had banned television in our house, but the reaction at the bus stop the next morning was so amazing I decided right then and there I had to be a rock star!”

You can check out the post below.