Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider took to his official Instagram account to remember the day he fought for the amendment right on the court with Frank Zappa and John Denver.

Back in 1985, the Parents Music Resource Center committee formed to control the access of children for the music that contains the drug, sex, and violence-related music. And this censorship made a huge impact on the community.

Dee Snider, Frank Zappa, and John Denver were the three musicians that testified against this subject on the court, and Dee wanted to remember those days by sharing a rare photo of himself outside the court.

In the caption, Dee stated that they were against the Washington elite back in the days and stood for everybody’s rights. Also, Dee said that it was an honor and privilege to defend American people’s rights and pointed out that he would do it all again.

Here is what Dee Snider wrote:

“I’m posting this early because I have a good crazy day tomorrow and might not get to it: 35 years ago the late Frank Zappa, the late John Denver, and I stood tall and faced off with the Washington elite in a fight for your First Amendment rights.

And we kicked ass! It was an honor and a privilege! And you know what? If asked… I would do it all again!”

You can check out the post and watch the whole speech of Dee below