AJ PERO – Drummer For Twisted Sister And Adrenaline Mob Has Passed Away

I’ve seen Twisted Sister live five times and loved his drum solos!

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The legendary AJ Pero has passed away, at the young age of 55. AJ Pero was the drummer for Twisted Sister and Adrenaline Mob.

As reported on the Twisted Sister Facebook page:

The members of Twisted Sister are profoundly saddened to announce the untimely passing of our brother, AJ Pero.

The band, crew and most importantly the family of AJ Pero thank you for your thoughts and prayers at this time.

As reported on the Adrenaline Mob Facebook page:

We write this with tears in our eyes & our hearts broken to pieces.. our beloved brother AJ Pero peacefully passed away in his sleep this morning on the bus. We are in complete shock & our hearts & prayers go out to his family. It has been nothing short of an honor to have shared the stage with such a beautiful soul & legend! We love you AJ, rest…

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6 Responses to “AJ PERO – Drummer For Twisted Sister And Adrenaline Mob Has Passed Away”

  1. AJ was my favorite of the classic lineup. Great drummer. He will be missed.

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  2. Dave Scallon Says:

    Hell no, I only have one Sister album, but damn. Rest in Peace Brother the Sisters will never be the same without you and the world will be a lot quieter as well.
    My respects to his family.

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    • Which one do you have? I think TS are calling it a day after this last tour out of respect to AJ.

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      • Dave Scallon Says:

        Come out and play, apart from the first track the entire album is great.
        It will not surprise me, a few great bands have ended after the death of a member.

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      • Stay Hungry is considered their best album but my personal favourite is You Can’t Stop Rock and Roll. Both albums are great as is their first one. As for great bands ending after a member’s death, Led Zeppelin comes to mind.

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