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From legendary rock artist and heavy-metal icon Dee Snider comes “Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale”, the new headbanging, heart-warming musical that “mashes up” beloved holiday songs with your favorite hits from TWISTED SISTER!

“Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale” tells the story of DAISY CÜTTER, a heavy metal bar band looking to make it big even though the ’80s are over. This year, these four guys are ready to take the ultimate step and, in mythic rock tradition, sell their souls to the devil in exchange for success beyond their wildest metal dreams! But every time they try to seal the infernal pact, their head-banging anthems turn into warm-hearted carols. Soon these rockers are forced to realize their dreams of stardom are no match for the Christmas spirit.

Dee Snider delivers a VERY funny, VERY rocking and (ssssh!) VERY sweet new holiday musical, guaranteed to rock your soul and lift your spirits!

“Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale” is directed by Adam John Hunter, written by Dee Snider, and produced by Revonoy Productions-John Yonover.

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From legendary rock artist and heavy-metal icon Dee Snider comes “Dee Snider’s Rock And Roll Christmas Tale”, the new headbanging, heart-warming musical that “mashes up” beloved holiday songs with your favorite hits from TWISTED SISTER!

“Dee Snider’s Rock And Roll Christmas Tale” tells the story of DAISY CÜTTER, a heavy metal bar band looking to make it big even though the ’80s are over. This year, these four guys are ready to take the ultimate step and, in mythic rock tradition, sell their souls to the devil in exchange for success beyond their wildest metal dreams! But every time they try to seal the infernal pact, their head-banging anthems turn into warm-hearted carols. Soon these rockers are forced to realize their dreams of stardom are no match for the Christmas spirit.

Dee Snider delivers a VERY funny, VERY rocking and (ssssh!) VERY sweet new holiday musical, guaranteed to rock your soul and lift your spirits!

“Dee Snider’s Rock And Roll Christmas Tale” is directed by Adam John Hunter, written by Dee Snider, and produced by Revonoy Productions-John Yonover.

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Singer Andrea Ferro talks about the current state of music industry, saying it is impossible for a young band to reach rock super-stardom.

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North American syndicated rock radio show “In The Studio: The Stories Behind History’s Greatest Rock Bands” travels back to January 1973 when AEROSMITH of?cially took ?ight, starting their eventual rise to rock stardom.

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One of 2012’s biggest comebacks, The Killers’ return to chart stardom, has kicked off today with new single “Runaways” making its online debut.

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‘Ziggy Stardust And Spiders From Mars’ producer Ken Scott talks about the iconic record, released 40 years ago.

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Jon Gomm, a relatively unknown guitarist who has been catapulted to stardom after going viral on YouTube. See what the fuss is about right here.

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Thomas H Green of The Telegraph recently conducted an interview with MOTÖRHEAD mainman Ian Fraser Kilmister, known to all simply as Lemmy.

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Formed in 1987, Pretty Boy Floyd was one of the more prominent bands on the Sunset Strip. Swimming in an ocean of stardom-seeking hopefuls, PBF kept their heads above water in a cut-throat musical…

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According to RollingStone.com, “Anvil! The Story of Anvil” — a mockumentary-like true account of fiftysomething Canadian heavy-metal practitioners Robb Reiner and Steve “Lips” Kudlow who, after a desultory European tour with their band ANVIL, decide to record a 13th album in a final attempt to fulfill their boyhead dreams of stardom — has been left off the 15-film short list for the “Best Document

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