Category Archives: KISS

KISS fans in Vancouver were first to hear and see the new show: the band’s farewell “End of The Road” tour debuted last night at Rogers Arena, with a brand new, impressive-looking stage, and a full-bodied setlist. While most of the songs performed came from the early part of the KISS’ career, they were
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First it was KISS’ Paul Stanley & Gene Simmons announcing they were offering free food to TSA workers not getting paid during the current government shutdown. Now New Jersey’s Jon Bon Jovi is also stepping up: his restaurant is providing free meals to local government workers and their families during the federal government shutdown.
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Looks like KISS is literally going to sail into the sunset with their "End Of the Road" tour. They have announced details for KISS KRUISE 2019. The Kruise will take place from Oct. 30 to Nov. 4, and the band has provided a mini-teaser which can be seen below. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); While the announcement did not
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Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are stepping out of their regular roles by helping out TSA employees who have been working without pay due to the partial government shutdown. The duo announced today that they will offer free food to every TSA employee at their family-friendly Rock & Brews Restaurants nationwide.  In a joint statement,
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Everyone knows him as rock’s star child and the frontman for KISS, but there might be some who are unaware of Paul Stanley’s true musical influences, and his latest musical venture. Stanley has entered the studio with his R&B band Soul Station to record a full-length album. On December 19, Stanley tweeted
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In what certainly appears to be a harbinger of what might be up the road, original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley rejoined his former bandmates on Wednesday during this year's "Kiss Kruise." Frehley performed an acoustic set, also accompanied by former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick. Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer are currently
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