TWISTED SISTER Interviewed On Danbury's i95 FM; Audio Available

TWISTED SISTER singer Dee Snider and guitarist Jay Jay French were the featured guests yesterday (Thursday, July 30) on the morning show with Ethan and Lou on i95 FM in Danbury, Connecticut. The six-minute chat is now available for streaming below.

Rock My Monkey recently conducted an interview with TWISTED SISTER guitarist Eddie Ojeda. The chat is now available for streaming and/or download at this location.

TWISTED SISTER's 25th anniversary edition of "Stay Hungry" sold around 3,200 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. it includes the following:

* "Stay Hungry" remastered
* Ten never-before-heard songs originally demoed for "Stay Hungry"
* Five early demos of songs from "Stay Hungry"
* One brand new song
* One rare radio spot using "SMF" as the music bed


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