Photo Of BIFF BYFORD, SEBASTIAN BACH Laying Down Tracks For DEE SNIDER's 'Broadway' Album
Biff Byford (SAXON) and Sebastian Bach (SKID ROW) are among the musicians who will make guest appearances on "Dee Does Broadway", the new solo album from TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider. Bach and Byford recorded their contributions on October 17 at Matt Sorum's (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES, THE CULT) Drac Studio in Los Angeles.
A photo of Byford and Bach laying down their tracks at Sorum's studio can be seen below.
In a recent interview with Goldmine, Snider stated about "Dee Does Broadway", "I'll preface this by saying, no, it's not metal. I'm taking Broadway show tunes and I'm making them rock. It's sort of a 'Twisted Christmas' taken to Broadway. But there are some pretty metallic moments there, I'll tell you. 'Sweeney Todd' translates into a metal song amazingly bass, drums, guitar so some of the songs are really metallic, but it's a rock record. I'm doing it as a solo artist."
Dee previously said that it was his personal hope for "to bridge the gap between Broadway and rock 'n' roll and introduce the hard rock audience to the amazing music of the Great White Way!"
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