On this day in KISSTORY - April 23, 1992 - KISS opened their 13-date US Club Tour at The Stone in San Francisco, CA. These special shows were the first to feature new KISS drummer Eric Singer. The band used the shows to warm up for their spring UK Tour.
Check out this fan-filmed clip of "100,000 Years" from KISS' Brooklyn club show.
By Kathy Cichon / The Beacon-News
Gene Simmons is not the type of guy who goes on holiday.
“I don’t understand vacations,” he said. “While they’re alive people take time off from living? Doing stuff? I don’t know what happens. So I don’t do vacation. You have lots of time for vacation when you die.”
So while KISS’s tour schedule has a lull until July, the rock band’s bass player and co-lead singer decided to hit the road on his own. Formed in early 2017, Gene Simmons Band will perform at 7:30 p.m. May 3 at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles.