The new arena football season begins this weekend with KISS having a horse in the race this year. After buying their own Arena football team, they dressed them up with their own look. Paul Stanley, the lead singer, even designed the helmet.
Would you recognize a star in the public? I don't know if I would. I started combing the internet for videos of stars in disguise. Did they fool anyone, they did, every time. Maybe it's the fact that we expect stars to be a certain way, and when we are confronted with the character they ar…
Nobody tells the God of Thunder how to type. Gene Simmons is confusing, angering and amusing his Twitter followers by brazenly defying social media convention and writing exclusively in capital letters. And to answer your first question, Yes, it is a slow news day.
Now that Kiss have finally been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the next big question is, will the original foursome, who have been apart for about a decade, perform together at the induction ceremony in their former hometown of New York City in April?
Gene Simmons stopped by a recent edition of CNN's iReport show to field some questions from fans, and the results proved every bit as entertainingly direct as we've come to expect from the Kiss frontman.
Ace Frehley said he's come to expect blindside insults from Gene Simmons. So he wasn't totally surprised by the recent spate of comments made by his former Kiss bandmate, who Frehley said "has no friends -- he's not respected by his peers."
Now that Kiss are on the ballot for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, fans have started daydreaming about what it might be like to see the band enshrined alongside some of their fellow rock legends. But if your dream includes seeing the original lineup play at the induction ce…
Gene Simmons recently sat down for a Google+ Hangout video chat about what's in store for Kiss over the next several months. And not so surprisingly, the Demon says there are some awesome things coming from the band.
You might love the music of Kiss, and you might even be one of the band's biggest fans. But you're probably nowhere near as passionate (or whatever you want to call it) as the person who just dropped nearly a quarter of a million dollars for a piece of Gene Simmons' used chewing gum.