lundi 21 juin 2010

Twisted Sister @ Hellfest in Clisson, June 19 2010

Twisted Sister @ Hellfest in Clisson
June 19 2010 8:50 PM

Jay Jay French & Marco Mendoza

As we arrived on the site 3 members from American band Twisted Sister were doing a signing session, lots of fans were queueing as it's probably the first time ever that they're seeing them face to face.
I was expecting a lot from TWISTED SISTER , we never saw them on a stage before as the last time they've played in France was in 1986 @ Casino de Paris.
Eddie Ojeda & Girl

They started the show with " Come out and play" which was the most recent song they've played tonight. They're acting like all those Classic Rock bands with their fame behind them (too bad) , they just give the kids what they want.
What do they want ? Classic songs from the old days

The whole set consisted of classics from the first 3 albums " Under the Blade", "You can't stop Rock'n Roll" and " Stay Hungry".
Don't know why but this band has been under-estimated, they have so many great songs and on a stage Dee Snider is an animal, a great performer with a powerful precense and a powerful voice.

There was only one song I've never heard of, I've been told it was a new one and they've done a touching tribute to a great legend RONNIE JAMES DIO by playing "Long live Rock'n Roll" from Rainbow (here on video).
It's hard to consider them a heavy Metal band they're just a great Rock'N Roll band.
Too bad they were NOT dressed with full gear and make up.
Now they're looking, like in the old days, a gang of (old) bikers.

01. Come Out and Play
02. The Kids are Back
03. Stay Hungry
04. Captain Howdy
05. You Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll
06. The Fire Still Burns
07. We're Not Gonna Take It
08. Long Live Rock 'n' Roll
09. The Price
10. Burn in Hell
11. I Wanna Rock
12. S.M.F.

They will be back in France to play a Festival in Clermont-Ferrand in August.
Probably the BEST show of the festival.

We have a winner: TWISTED SISTER

Dee Snider( NOT) is in da house with our friend Saddam

Some Girl and backstage

Twisted Sister playing "Long Live Rock'n Roll" from Rainbow as a tribute to RONNIE JAMES DIO: