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While perhaps best known as the lead singer of 80’s sensation, Twisted Sister, there is so much more to Dee Snider. He has starred in several reality TV shows including appearances in three seasons of Celebrity Apprentice; Gone Country with John Rich; MTV’s Rock The Cradle with his son Jesse; Growing Up Twisted, an A&E series featuring the entire Snider family and their Long Island lifestyle; ABC’s Celebrity Wife Swap, and Celebrity Holiday Homes. He is also a frequent host on MTV Networks and his own long running nationally syndicated radio show House Of Hair is heard on more than 200 stations in North America.
Never setting limits, Dee wrote, produced and starred in the horror classic Dee Snider’s StrangeLand. He starred as himself in VH1’s original movie Warning: Parental Advisory, re-creating his role during the congressional record labeling hearings of the mid 1980s and carrying the banner of Dee’s Twisted Sister legendary anthem “We’re Not Gonna Take It”. His starring role on Broadway in the hit musical Rock Of Ages was followed by the album “Dee Does Broadway”, side by side with Broadway legends like Patti LuPone and Bebe Neuwirth. Dee’s hit song-writing credits extend to many genres of music and have been covered by major artists the world over. He continues to perform, both as a solo artist and as the front man of his band, Twisted Sister.
Kenny Loggins’ remarkable four-decade-plus career has brought him 12 platinum albums in a stunning variety of genres, a pair of Grammys, and hits on almost all the Billboard charts and on some of Hollywood’s favorite soundtracks.
From 1971 to 1976 Loggins was part of the prolific recording and touring duo Loggins and Messina. Their first album, Kenny Loggins With Jim Messina Sittin’ In, featured Loggins’ “Pooh Corner” and the beautiful ballad “Danny’s Song.” By 1977 Loggins recorded his solo debut Celebrate Me Home, which went platinum. He credits the duet with Stevie Nicks the following year, “Whenever I Call You Friend,” as “the moment that launched my solo career.” The hits just kept on coming. Loggins and Michael McDonald won a Best Song Grammy for “What a Fool Believes” in 1979. The following year, the pair picked up a second Grammy for “This Is It.”
In the 1980s, Loggins also earned a new title: king of the movie soundtrack. He provided the cult classic’s smash “I’m Alright” for Caddyshack.whipped up a No. 1 blockbuster for Footloose, and performed Top Gun’s indelible hit “Danger Zone.”
Since the 1980s Loggins has continued to record albums that were deeply personal and introspective. His song “Conviction of the Heart” was so powerful, it caught the ear of Al Gore, who later called it the “unofficial anthem of the environmental movement.” After a stunning run of solo discs, a Christmas album, and two LPs for children, Loggins reunited with his former partner Jim Messina for several tours, and since 2010, has recorded and been onstage with a country trio, Blue Sky Riders.