Twisted Sister have wrapped their touring for 2015, but not without getting in a few jabs at some of their peers first. During the final 2015 US tour stop at Hinckley, MN, Dee Snider used the band’s performance of “I Wanna Rock” to make a few comments about Vince Neil, Scorpions and Judas Priest, as well as explaining why TS are calling it a day.
During the performance, the fans begin to sing along with “I Wanna Rock,” but Snider shuts it down, stating, “I appreciate you guys helping me sing, but I’m not Vince Neil. I can sing man, what’s up? I’m just sayin’, watch.” With it being the final show of the year, Snider also addressed the elephant in the room, that this was likely the last time the band would perform at the Hinckley, Minn. venue. As has been reported, the group is planning some 2016 touring, then intend on hanging it up.
Snider told the crowd, “Twisted Sister is calling it quits and that’s no bulls–t. None of this Judas Priest, Scorpions fake out tour. No, for real.” He then joked about the reason for hanging it up was that he wanted to eat. “I wanna f–kin’ muffin,” joked Snider. “I know you heard how much I love pancakes.” He added that if the band were to play again, he’d be rather large in size. Watch the fan-shot performance in full above.
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