On Twitter, the iconic frontman of Twisted Sister, Dee Snider, posted some tweets reacting to the sad death of two important musicians, the conductor Randall Fleischer and Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali.

Randall Fleischer was the music director and conductor of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic and Youngstown Symphony Orchestra. He also conducted ‘Rocktopia‘ on Broadway. On August 19, 2020, Randall suddenly passed away at the age of 61.

As you might remember, Quiet Riot star Frankie Banali was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer earlier in 2019, and he had been battling with the disease ever since. On August 20, 2020, Frankie died from the disease at the age of 68.

On Twitter, Twisted Sister vocalist Dee Snider shared the sad news of the two talented musicians’ death with his fans and followers. Dee mentioned how devastated he was after the loss of his friends and paid tribute to them by emphasizing the fine legacy of music they left.

Here’s what Dee Snider wrote about the loss of his dear friend Randall Fleisher:

Sad to say that a friend and music associate conductor Randall Fleisher passes away suddenly. He conducted the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra and Rocktopia on Broadway. Was just on his podcast a couple of weeks ago. RIP Randy.

Here’s how Dee paid tribute to his fellow musician Frankie Banali:

“Wow. What a day. So sad to hear about the loss of Frankie Banali. He fought hard until the end. His playing and rock ‘n’ roll spirit will live forever. A fellow New Yorker, Frankie was the real deal. RIP my friend. ‘Take me away from all this death.'”
You can see the tweets Dee Snider posted on his official Twitter account below.