Twisted Sister member Dee Snider launched a brand new tune to honor the tragic Rhode Island Station nightclub fireplace victims.

Nineteen years after the Rhode Island Station nightclub fireplace claimed the lives of over 100 folks, Snider composed and devoted a brand new tune to honor the incident’s victims.

A REELZ documentary, titled “America’s Deadliest Rock Live performance: The Visitor Listing,” not too long ago revisited what occurred to the Nice White live performance in 2003. Snider, for his half, match the story in his new tune, “Stand.”

The Twisted Sister singer’s new music is a part of his new album, “Depart a Scar.” The identical mission is at the moment featured within the documentary sequence, which additionally highlighted the occasions main as much as and after the tragedy occurred.

Snider as soon as begged musicians to affix him in a profit present following Tesla drummer Troy Luccketta’s preliminary name. Per the singer, folks died as a result of they needed to see their “heroes.”

“No person needs to be scarred for all times, be crippled, or have their youngsters orphaned due to their love for rock ‘n’ roll. This documentary not solely serves as a reminder of this unbelievable tragedy, but it surely shines a lightweight on a tremendous group of people that overcame unfathomable loss, and survived, even thrived within the aftermath,” he defined.

Dee Snider Additionally Made “Stand” to Shade Musicians Who Did Not Assist Him

Except for honoring the occasion’s victims, Snider mentioned that the tune can also be an ideal match for the members of the rock neighborhood who refused to affix him in his trigger as a result of “no one needed to be related to hair steel bands.”

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The Twisted Sister member additionally claimed that everybody would present up if it was U2 who requested for assist. He then blamed the dearth of help as what led to the tragedy.

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On Feb. 20, 2003, a fireplace within the station broke on account of unlawful soundproofing supplies and pyrotechnics. It led to the deaths of greater than 100 folks, leaving 200 extra injured, as effectively.

Fox Information reported that the venue was devoured by flames inside minutes. Nice White’s tour supervisor, Daniel Biechele, reportedly lit the pyrotechnics earlier than the beginning of the live performance. Sadly, they landed on low-cost packaging foam that was used as soundproofing and triggered the fireplace.

In 2008, Nice White members agreed to pay $1 million to survivors and the households of the victims.

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