Oct 12 2009
PAUL AND ERIC RADIO INTERVIEW
Here's an interview with Eric and Paul from Q104.3 radio! The guys discuss the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nomination, Sonic Boom, the new tour and more!

Oct 12 2009
' HISTORIC MSG SHOW
KISS - Madison Square Garden - 10/10/2009

When you are the witness to something historic, it is an honor to have the chance to capture the event on "film". When KISS rolled into New York's Madison Square garden on 10-10-09, it felt historic. The hometown heroes returning to the stage in Manhattan's "World's most famous arena" on their Alive 35/Sonic Boom Tour. I was there to witness this rock n roll party-up close and personal! This is some of my proudest work to date! Rock n roll all nite and party everyday people!

CHECK OUT MY KISS MSG PHOTO GALLERY

Live Your Life With Passion,

Dalila Kriheli / Rock Star Pixs

Oct 12 2009
ROCKED MSG
KISS Army,

Awesome show at Madison Square Garden!! I was front row! Here are a few photos I took.

Enjoy...

Thank you-Michael Schmidt

LETTERS
Oct 11 2009
By Elliot Levin

The Kiss Army was out in full force in Long Island last night, just weeks after Kiss was nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The band's long and storied career is clearly far from over, as they fill arenas around the country on their first national tour in years.

Fans of all ages packed all levels of Nassau Coliseum, with both parents and their children sporting the world famous Kiss make up. Starchilds, Spacemen, Catmen, and Space Demons of all ages walked the corridors and waited in line.

Kiss is touring behind their first new album in a decade, but the band has never really left the public eye. Gene Simmons' TV show, and merchandising deals almost beyond imagination have kept the Kiss brand a relevant, even household name for years, and new album Sonic Boom has received a warm welcome.
Oct 11 2009
CLIPS FROM MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
Check out these fan-filmed clips from last night's concert in Madison Square Garden!





Oct 11 2009
NEW MEMBER OF THE ARMY
KISS!

Please welcome a new member to the KISS ARMY. My 4 year old couldn't wait for me to get home from work on Tuesday so I could take him out to get Sonic Boom. We'll see you Dec. 13th at the Melon Arena meet & greet.

Jeff

LETTERS
Oct 10 2009
ROCKS MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
Here's KISS in front of a SOLD OUT Madison Square Garden crowd! The band made a triumphant hometown return to the world's most famous venue Saturday night.

Photo by Dean Snowden for KISSONLINE
Oct 10 2009
MORE PHOTOS FROM MSG
As you can see, KISS had a wonderful time performing for the New York KISS Army!

Photos by Dean Snowden for KISSONLINE
Oct 10 2009
VIDEO CLIPS FROM UNIONDALE
Check out these fan-filmed clips from last night's concert in Uniondale!

Oct 10 2009
ROCKS NASSAU
Here's KISS getting ready to bow last night at Nassau Coliseum. The band rocked New York with a scorching 2+ hour show. Tonight, KISS returns to a SOLD OUT Madison Square Garden!

Photo by Dean Snowden for KISSONLINE
Oct 10 2009
LITTLE GIRL'S FIRST CONCERT
This is a picture of 10 year old Rheanne from London, Ontario with her Mom, Shenny. This was her first KISS experience & KISS is her favorite band. She was lucky enough to get Paul, Gene & Tommy to autograph her tourbook.

This made her YEAR!

Thanks,KISS!

John Hockley

LETTERS
Oct 10 2009
THE ARMY AT NASSAU COLISEUM
Here's the KISS Army outside the Nassau Coliseum just before last night's KISS Show!

Oct 09 2009
LOVE GUN CLIP FROM OSHAWA
Here's a great fan-filmed clip of "Love Gun" live in Oshawa last night!

Oct 09 2009
By A.D. Amorosi

When you're a member of KISS, you're a demon or a star child from your first cigarette to your last dying day - especially if you're the 36-year-old band's remaining original members, bassist/reality TV star Gene Simmons and guitarist/painter Paul Stanley.

In talking with Stanley, it becomes clear that the passage of time has brought a wealth of subjects to consider. There's the new KISS CD, for example, titled Sonic Boom. But before discussing that, Stanley dwells on the approaching close of elder super-arenas such as the Spectrum, where KISS set many a night aflame. "When I was a kid, those arenas are what I dreamed of playing," he says.

Stanley also jokes about not caring that KISS - never a critics' darling - is finally being considered for entry into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. "KISS' hall was the 80 million people buying our albums," he says. "That said, we've had hard-core fans that fought long and hard to get us in, and if we do get in, we're gratified for them."
Oct 09 2009
Guitarist decides to Kiss and tell about new album and how he wound up in one of the world's biggest rock bands

Tommy Thayer plays guitar like an ace, or like an Ace, rather.

When Ace Frehley quit Kiss for the second time in 2002, Thayer, who had been hired as an assistant to the band, was the obvious choice for a replacement. Thayer had even re-taught Frehley how to play his own parts when the original lineup of the band first reunited in the mid '90s.

"It was actually kind of a fun thing," says Thayer, who sports the spaceman look that Frehley popularized in the 70s. "Through the course of these guys' solo careers in the '80s they maybe meandered off into different directions. You know, they didn't play certain things the way they used to... So it was just about reconnecting with the exact way they were doing it before. So I was able to help."

Lately Thayer has been able to do a lot more than just help. The newest member of Kiss has multiple writing credits on "Sonic Boom," the band's latest release, which came out Tuesday, and he even sings lead on the song "When Lightning Strikes."
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