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Twisted Sister Performed Live for the First Time in Six Years

Twisted Sister fans are posting videos on YouTube of the band’s first performance in six years. 

NEW YORK – APRIL 29: Heavy metal band Twisted Sister announces the band’s official reunion and tour plans, including United Service Organizations (USO) shows in South Korea, during a press conference at the Intrepid Sea-Air Space Museum April 29, 2003 in the Manhattan neighborhood of New York City. (Photo by Adam Rountree/Getty Images)

The band reunited for a three-song performance last night at the Metal Hall Of Fame charity gala at The Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California.

The three surviving members of the band’s classic lineup, Dee Snider, Jay Jay French, and Mark Mendoza were joined by drummer Mike Portnoy for renditions of “You Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll“, “Under The Blade” and “We’re Not Gonna Take It.”

Guitarist Eddie Ojeda couldn’t make the event because he has COVID-19.

Portnoy and Steve Vai also inducted French, Snider, Ojeda, Mendoza, and Pero into the Metal Hall Of Fame at the sixth annual event, which benefited the non-profit organization Drums And Disabilities.