DEE SNIDER REVIEW
Dee F**king Snider destroyed the Manning Bar last night with his powerful vocals, it was definitely a force to be reckoned with. Dee played an almost sold out venue with Desecrator as the support act
Dee Snider came on stage and opened up the night with "Lies are a Business" then Dee said ".Alright Australia, if you're ready to kick some ass sing D f****** Snider" Dee continued with the songs " Tomorrow's No Concern" followed by "You Can't Stop RNR, Beast, American Made, The First Time still burns" and "Roll Over You".
Dee then stopped and spoke to his fans who were cheering with excitement, Dee said I play this song early in my set so if this is all you came to hear just to see this song after you can leave. The crowd were excited for this one and I don't think I could see one person who wasn't singing. You guessed it, the next song was "We're Not Gonna To Take It". After the song people stayedwere they were because Dees music over the years has never failed to inpress
VIDEO- were not gonna take it
The crowd went wild as they wanted Dee to play more, Dee continued throughout the night playing both Twisted Sister and Dee Sniders songs of various albums. Dee continued with "Ready To Fall, I am The Hurricane And Burn In Hell". Then Dee introduced the band.
WATCH VIDEO HERE - DEE INTRODUCING THE BAND
Then Dee played "Become the storm, Blood and Bullets and played "Under The Blade" off Dee's debut studio album by Twisted Sister and released on Secret Records on September in1982.
Dee walked off stage but you knew it wasn't the end of the show. The fans started chanting "Dee Snider" and everyone was excited for his return. Dee walked out and played "I Wanna Rock" and "For the Love of metal". Dee then said "Thank You, do you want another one" as the fans said "yeah". Dee said "In finishing the show in Australian style, for the first time in 34 years almost 35 years I thought about what song I should play, and I know I could do Twisted Sister or all my stuff. Except there is a band that's meant so much to me that's influenced me in your country. They created what I believe is the ultimate heavy metal anthem. There is one song that unites us all as AC/DC you know this one." Dee Snider and His band start playing "Highway To Hell" as it was the true Aussie Anthem, everyone knew the lyrics and sung them with pride. Dee and his band took a bow and walked off stage while the crowd chanted Dee Dee Dee Dee.
Dee and his band put on the ultimate night, full of power and Riffs, Dee's voice draws you into the gig, this has to be the best concert I have seen in a long time.