SolarStorm TV at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards with KISS Axe Man Tommy Thayer.
By Grace Millimaci / The West Australian
It’s not every day one of the world’s most recognized rock bands asks you to be a roadie, but that’s exactly what happened to Perth woman Naomi Nary.
Legendary US performers Kiss kicked off the Australian leg of their world tour at Perth Arena on Saturday night and the mother of two was there to help them get the show on the road.
The opportunity came thanks to Legacy Australia, which was invited by the band to select seven war widows to be roadies during the tour.
KISS kicked off the Australian leg of their 40th anniversary world tour on Saturday with an electric performance in Perth.
Dressed in their signature face paint, the band performed a roll of hits at the city's arena, with Gene Simmons taking centre stage.
He was joined by band mates Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer, with the quartet donning typically outlandish costumes for the show.
Saturday's performance marks the beginning of the Australian leg of their tour which will see the band put on eight sows across the country and in New Zealand.
It will conclude when their KISS Cruise sets sail later this month.
Earlier this week frontman Gene Simmons appeared on The Project to tell of his excitement at returning to Australia as part of the tour.
KISS IS EVERYWHERE!
Here's KISS on the cover of Xpress Magazine Perth, Australia.