GRAD 2008
Subject: GRAD 2008
From: mroberts on 06/01/2008
Travis Roberts of Vernon BC, Canada, shows his true colors at his grade 12 GRADUATION dressed in KISS TIE and belt buckle. \"Rock and Roll all nite and Party every day!\"
Oslo, 310508
Subject: Oslo, 310508
From: ronniemalize on 06/01/2008
An amazing show!!!
From Moscow again......
Subject: From Moscow again......
From: svetlana09 on 06/01/2008
Oslo Show
Subject: Oslo Show
From: darkknight70 on 06/01/2008
More shots from Oslo
Oslo Show
Subject: Oslo Show
From: darkknight70 on 06/01/2008
More shots from Oslo
Oslo Show
Subject: Oslo Show
From: darkknight70 on 06/01/2008
You guys totally rocked Oslo last night! Thanks for a great show. I've seen several of your shows in the 80's but haven't been able to see you live since Schweinfurt in '88 (hope you release that one on DVD one day). Hope you keep your promise and come back next year, maybe I'll be able to convince my wife to let me take the kids. (My four year old and I were head banging to one of your songs in the car the other day and he said "I like KISS...and Pooh Bear". A budding fan already! I attached a photo I took at the show. Thanks again! -Jon G. (darknight70)
Alive/35 Tour
Subject: Alive/35 Tour
From: tj14 on 06/01/2008
Dear Kiss, You guys are my favorite band and I am a proud Army member. I bet that I am the only member who hasn\'t saw Kiss in concert. I need to know if you will have a tour of the US or not and if you do, could you play some some shows around Ohio or West Virginia perhaps? That would be the greatest thing ever Thanks, Trace Johnson, Hurricane,WV
Subject: Stockholm.
From: kkiim on 06/01/2008
I saw you in Stockholm two days ago and you cant imagine how great it was! I\'m 15years old and I have listen to you a couple of years and I love you more and more for every day. And Gene, the first song I heard was Love it loud and i still remember that i started to cry when I heard it. You have saved me in all the ways a person can be saved. I was always sad, and was thinkin about to take my life, but then I heard youre voice and now.. I have never felt better. And after the concert, and after I had to see you in real life and heard youre voice and everything I started to think about how much I could have missed. I love you, and I\'m so thankfull that you exist! THANK YOU GENE! Paul, Tommy and Eric, ofcourse I\'m really glad that you guys exist to and that you are so amazing and.. yea, I love all of you. So much.. Come back soon! Please, I\'m beggin\' you. And thank you for comin\' to Sweden and everything. I promise that I will listen to you forever and ever and ever. I wanted the best and I got the best. The hottest band in the world. KISS! I\'m a proud Kiss fan, and will always be.
Greetings from Reiska!
Subject: Greetings from Reiska!
From: finnishkissfan on 06/01/2008
Hello guys! I am a 13 day old boy from Finland called Reino-Petteri. I am not quite sure why they called me that, but for you its Reiska. My aunt came over with her mother on saturday. I couldn\'t help staring at my aunty\'s t-shirt. Yes, it was your Alive 35 -tour shirt. I think the shirt looks cool, but then I got jealous. My aunt started talking of the wonderful time they had at your gig last tuesday. Everyone was amazed, but thats not it yet, for my luck they started sharing fotos of their day at Helsinki. When we had all had something to eat, my daddy put on some KISS music from my aunts mp3. First I got to hear Deuce. I got so pumped that I could not resist a little dance. After two albums of music everyone where gobsmacked that I was still up. Yep, I am positive that you have got a new fan. I also am sure that my aunt will take care of that. Also would like it if you could still be giging let\'s say in the next 5 years, but I also wish that you\'ll please my aunty next year and come back again. I sure do want to see more photos of your show, but I am kinda willing to see more blood spitting demons or rockin\' singer / guitarist / drummers, so I can keep on track - and get jealous again.. Keep on rockin\', and my aunt says that she loves you! Seeya soon! Rocking Reiska from Finland
You All Rock!
Subject: You All Rock!
From: bassguiarist2010 on 05/31/2008
Dear KISS, Greetings from the Lone Star state, what up KISS my name is Jason I go by JC for short and all I want to say is that your inspiration made me into a bass guitarist and without your music or any rock music this world would be alot more sadder and depressing, after you pass on your music will still be an inspiration for all future KISS Army cadets and rock lovers. One more thing I take back the passing on part cause KISS is forever eternal and I hope one day I\'ll get to see you live!
Tommy Thayer in verona
Subject: Tommy Thayer in verona
From: gabry on 05/31/2008
thanks for the big show in verona i love you.KISS FOREVER
From: claudiarock on 05/31/2008
Hello boys you are making a brilliant tour for Europe,you are going to places where toward a lot of time they were waiting for you,in my Argentinean country we are also waiting for you in a tour, I wait that you come during this year,like good kiss fans that I am I send you aPaul\'s drawing that I made many years ago, this goes free!!, don\'t forget america of the south!!!!!! Klaudya
in Stockholm Sweden
Subject: Kiss in Stockholm Sweden
From: marpet2 on 05/31/2008 . Check out this video be me and Sweden. Can you here my wife sing? Awesome show! Greetings Mårten
Rocks my soul in Latvia
Subject: KISS Rocks my soul in Latvia
From: ev1lking on 05/31/2008
Hey ho! I decide now,it's the right time to send you an letter! Before 22.05.08. you were just like a fantasy to me.I never ever didn't know I would see you in live show.. One night I were watching the film Detroit Rock City, I was freaking out, I almost start crying, and i told this is my worst time in my life, because I will see you only on DVD's. But after 2 months, thanks to God I was ready about your concert in my country.. I wanna thanks you guy about giving us a concert. Your fan Edgars!
Shouting Out Loud to the whole band (past and present!)
Subject: Shouting Out Loud to the whole band (past and present!)
From: metalwulf on 05/31/2008
Where to begin... This is kinda hard, guys. My life as a KISS fan goes back almost to the beginning, probably around late 1975 or so. Here\'s the deal: I was in third grade, and not exactly what you\'d call popular with anybody to begin with. I was in the school library when I noticed some of the few classmates who accepted me listening to something on one of the record players. I was kinda curious, so I asked them what they were listening to, and one of them just handed me a pair of headphones and plugged me in to one of the jacks. That was my first dose of KISS. Specifically, the live version of Black Diamond from Alive! Yeah... Needless to say, that day changed my life. Not that listening to KISS increased my popularity, \'cuz there were plenty of kids in my class who just had to use that against me. I can\'t begin to tell you how many times I heard \"KISS Sucks!\" over the years. Not that it changed anything. Anyhoo, that particular day began a long and arduous process of getting my parents to let me purchase a KISS album of any kind. Let\'s put it this way. Christmas 1975, I asked for a KISS album, ANY KISS album. I got something like Happy Days presents Fonzie\'s Greatest Hits of the Fifties... Yeah, just a little off the mark on that one... Christmas 1976, still asking for ANYTHING by you guys. That year I got Frampton Comes Alive! Okay, not too bad, but come on... Finally, my parents cut me a deal. Fourth grade had actually gone pretty well for me academically, and I was told if I finished the year off with the same grades I\'d started with, they\'d buy me a KISS album. So, it wasn\'t until June of 1977 that I got my first copy of Destroyer. However, Christmas of 1977 brought me copies of Hotter Than Hell, Alive II, and Alive! Now we were talkin\'... Didn\'t take too long for me to catch up, and for a few years KISS was pretty much all I\'d listen to. The only disappointing part of all of that at the time was that I was just a tad too young to be going to shows, otherwise life would have been pretty much perfect! Sure there was some disappointment along the way. I was pretty bummed when Peter left the band, and even more so when Ace left. I thought I\'d never get a chance to see the original lineup... But Eric Carr was amazing, and I bawled like a baby when I\'d heard of his passing in \'91. And let\'s face it, the guys who took Ace\'s spot over the years haven\'t exactly been slouches. Loads of love and respect to them as well. Eric Singer, well, I\'ve had the good fortune to catch him on tour with Alice Cooper a couple of times. Great shows! He\'s an amazing talent. Definitely can\'t take anything away from him! Eventually I started listening to other stuff, Ted Nugent, Foreigner, Ozzy, Sabbath, Aerosmith, the list goes on. The only band that ever surpassed you guys in my book was AC/DC. Yeah, guilty confession time. The running joke is that while you guys were my first great rock n\' roll love affair, AC/DC was the dirty little mistress that lured me away. Anyhow, not trying to write a book here, but when the original lineup got back together in the late Nineties I was beyond thrilled. I finally got to see you guys live in November of 1998 when you came to Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, NY on the Psycho Circus tour. Best show I\'ve ever seen, and I\'ve been to more than a few, believe me! That night made all the crap I\'d taken for being a KISS fan worthwhile, and I got to enjoy the experience with my youngest brother, Bill, which more or less made for a perfect evening. Seeing Black Diamond performed live was just earth shattering for me, that\'s the best way I can put it. In closing, I just want to thank you guys from the bottom of my heart for blessing my life with the gift of Rock N\' Roll and all the greatness that it brings! You\'ve definitely got a fan for life!
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