06/29/2016

KISS Meet & Greets - the Ultimate KISS experience!

Here's your chance to have the ultimate KISS experience on the Freedom To Rock Tour! Enjoy a KISS Meet & Greet package that includes exclusive access to KISS' preshow acoustic show! Don't miss out!

    - One premium reserved seat ticket located in rows 1-5
    - Exclusive access to the KISS pre-show soundcheck (acoustic set)
    - Personal photograph with KISS
    - Autograph session with KISS -2 items per person, no instruments
    - Exclusive KISS VIP Merchandise
    - Official meet & greet laminate
    - On-Site VIP host
    - Limited availability
    - Package elements and pricing may vary by show

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06/28/2016

THIS DAY IN KISSTORY 1996

KISS LAUNCHED REUNION TOUR AT DETROIT'S TIGER STADIUM

On this day in KISStory - June 28, 1996, the KISS Alive Worldwide Reunion tour kicked off at Tiger Stadium, Detroit, MI, before a sellout crowd of over 43,000! The mammoth 13-month tour included 200 shows in 26 countries, playing to over two million people and set a record for the top-grossing tour of the year.

The Tour was the first tour of all four original members - Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, since the Dynasty Tour in 1979.

Set List for the Tour:

Deuce / King Of The Night Time World / Do You Love Me / Calling Dr Love / Cold Gin / Christine Sixteen / Love Gun / Shout It Out Loud / Watchin' You / Firehouse / 2,000 Man / Strutter / Shock Me / Rock Bottom / God Of Thunder / New York Groove / Let Me Go, Rock And Roll / Rock And Roll All Nite / Beth / Detroit Rock City / Black Diamond

KISS also performed the following songs at various shows on the Tour:

100,000 Years/ C'mon And Love Me / I Stole Your Love / Take Me / I Was Made For Lovin' You / Shandi / Watchin' You

 

06/28/2016

REMEMBERING OUR FRIEND BILL AUCOIN

LEGENDARY KISS MANAGER BILL AUCOIN 1943-2010

Please take a moment today to remember our dear friend Bill Aucoin, who passed away six years ago after losing his battle with prostate cancer.

06/26/2016

CLASSIC ROCK REVISITED'S ERIC SINGER INTERVIEW

By Jeb Wright / www.classicrockrevisited.com

Eric Singer is the long-time current drummer for the band Kiss.  He got the gig after being chosen to play drums for Paul Stanley’s solo band in 1991. 

When then Kiss drummer Eric Carr came down with a terminal illness, Singer was brought in as his replacement.  Singer later exited Kiss on 1996 when the band brought back original Kiss drummer Peter Criss for the Alive / Worldwide tour. 

Singer moved on and played several years with Alice Cooper’s band.  When Criss was asked to leave Kiss, Singer came back… but he was asked to wear the famous Cat makeup in 2001.

In the interview that follows Singer discusses making the choice to wear that makeup, as well as the upcoming Kiss tour and their new movie Kiss Rocks Las Vegas. 

Singer likes to talk.  He has a lot to say.  Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Singer tells it like it is.  He shares early memories of being a Kiss fan, discusses rock ‘n’ roll and even says why neither Nikki Sixx, Gene Simmons nor Paul Stanley’s opinions on Twitter matter much to him. (If you’ve seen him play, his drums do most of the talking.)

This is a real chat with a real rock star… who just happens to have remained a regular guy. 

06/25/2016

Want to be a KISS roadie? Reservists are being picked to work 30-plus shows

 / Military Times

If you’re in the National Guard or Reserve, Gene Simmons wants you to turn his amp up to 11.

Rock legends KISS are gearing up to launch their “Freedom to Rock” U.S. tour. Appropriately for the pyrotechnics-fueled hard rockers, the tour kicks off July 4 in Tucson, Arizona. It ends in Huntington, West Virginia, on Sept. 10.

At each of the more than 30 stops along the way, the band is looking to hire one military part-timer as a “roadie for a day.” The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes program is coordinating the effort.

“Some of the details are still being worked out, but we’ll be working with local military organizations to determine who that will be for each leg of the tour,” Hiring Our Heroes communications manager Brooke Prouty told Military Times.

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