Dee Snider Blasts Artists Over Their ‘Fake Farewell’ Tours

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Dee Snider Blasts Artists Over Their 'Fake Farewell' Tours
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Dee Snider answered a few questions through his official Twitter account and talked about artists’ fake farewells, writing new music in the future, and the reunion possibility of Twisted Sister.

Released 5 solo studio albums in total, Dee Snider‘s first solo release came back in 2000, named Never Let the Bastards Wear You Down. After being silent for a decade, he released his second effort, Dee Does Broadway, in 2012. When 2016 marked his third album We Are the Ones‘s release year, Dee Snider brought fans his fourth album, For the Love of Metal, in 2018. Three years later, in 2021, Dee Snider unleashed his most recent album, Leave A Scar.

In addition to his solo career, Dee Snider was the lead singer of Twisted Sister for several stints, as the band took hiatus a few times and finally said goodbye to its fans in 2016. Appearing with the band throughout their activated years, Dee Snider performed on the band’s 6 studio albums, which means he contributed to the band’s entire catalog.

When we focused on social media, Dee Snider has been an active person on his socials for about a couple of years. He mostly uses his Twitter account to contact people who want to talk to him. He also answers his fans’ questions using his social channels.

Recently, he once again answered a few questions about his future plans and artists who came backstage after their farewell tours. At first, Dee Snider answered a question that said if he had plans to record music in the future. Dee Snider upset his fans, saying never say never.

“Never say never, but I don’t see me recording anymore,” he tweeted. “Movies, books, tv, radio, etc.”

Dee Snider Blasts ‘Fake Farewell’ Artists

Under the tweet he mentioned about his future plans you read above, a fan told Snider that it “will be like KISS last tour ever that been going on for the last 20 years. I know you will record new music because an artist always gets inspired to be creative.” Dee Snider quoted the tweet and blasted fake farewell artists.

“Actually it’s these never ending farewell tours, fake farewells and ‘we changed our minds’ after the farewell that keep me honest,” Dee answered. “I hate all that fake farewell bullshit. Bands should stay forever if they want to…just don’t sell us a B.S. farewell tour!”

In the continuation, Snider added one more tweet and disclosed the connection between Twisted Sister members. He said that they would never think reunion.

“@TwistedSisterNY retired in 2016, and while we talk to each other regularly, none of us has even mentioned reuniting,” Snider mentions. “And believe me, we are getting lucrative offers.”

Elsewhere, the frontman also revealed how he had written lyrics for the songs. He said that titles inspire the songs.

“I start with song titles,” Snider says. “They inspire the song. The lyrics are written last to the melody I’ve created.”

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