Kiss founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons are now among the owners of a professional football team, which will be called the LA Kiss and will use the band's famous logo on their helmets. We can only imagine what the uniforms are going to look like.
Kiss descended upon the Midwest last weekend for the Rock Fest in Cadott, Wis., and their set Saturday (July 20) included more than the classic hits and a giant, fireball-spewing spider fans have come to expect.
Their first live album saved their career. The second confirmed their place as global superstars, and the third proved they could succeed without two original members and their famous facepaint. So what could Kiss possibly do to make their fourth live album different?
It's hard out there for a replacement drummer. Just ask Eric Singer, who's got a job most musicians would envy -- pounding the skins for Kiss -- but one that comes with a few occupational hazards, like having to hear the constant complaining of fans who wish the band's original lineup would get back together.
The rock band KISS is known for selling out stadiums and concerts, rocking the place, wild parties and wild women, loud guitars, makeup, explosions. You know, it's what we expect from them. KISS has done some country before...
Former Kiss drummer Peter Criss recently took his old band's current lineup to task in an interview, dismissing the replacement members as hired guns doing a job. But Richie Wise, who co-produced the first two Kiss albums, says as far as he's concerned, Criss and guitarist Ace Fr
My kids are pretty cool kids, JJ can fight off dragons (at least in his video games) and can finish a 70 page book in an evening. Sam can sing "Rock and Roll All Night" all the way through and pound out other KISS songs pretty well, but this kid is great!!
It isn't a song that often comes up when American fans are talking about Kiss' greatest hits, but the 1980 single 'Shandi' enjoyed a healthy chart life in Australia, and the band still plays it whenever they visit the continent on tour -- as they did Saturday night (March 16), in a performance that had greater meaning than usual.
Over the last four decades and counting, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of Kiss have elevated making money while making music into an art form -- and as evidenced by their latest business venture, their partnership shows no signs of slowing down.
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