Aug 13 2014
/ DEF LEPPARD TOUR IN DARIEN CENTER TONIGHT
KISS' 40th Anniversary Tour with Def Leppard rocks Darien Lake Performing Arts Center in Darien Center, NY tonight.

The Dead Daisies open the show.

Aug 13 2014
PHOTO: GENE SIMMONS AND JOE ELLIOT
I slime Joel Elliott from Def Leppard next stage after the show. And Joe said ________?
Aug 13 2014
ARMY TORONTO, YOU LOOK GREAT!
Here's the KISS Army at last night's KISS show in Toronto.


Photos by Al Soluri and Keith Leroux for KISSONLINE.
Aug 13 2014
PHOTO: SOLD OUT CROWD IN TORONTO
Thank you, Toronto!
Aug 13 2014
PHOTO: & THEIR MAPLE LEAFS JERSEYS
Rock legends KISS with their Maple Leafs jerseys before their show in Toronto last night.
Aug 12 2014
CELEBRATE 4TH AND LOUD WITH LA GEAR!
Celebrate tonight's debut of 4th and Loud with LA KISS Football gear!

CLICK HERE to buy LA KISS merchandise now.
Aug 12 2014
By John Williams ,QMI Agency

KISS may be celebrating four decades as a band, but Gene Simmons is adamant that there won't be a retirement party any time soon – they still have plenty of fire left to breathe out of them.

When asked whether the legendary rockers, which is in the midst of a long 40th anniversary tour (it makes its only Canadian appearance at Toronto's Molson Amphitheatre Tuesday night), will ever retire from the road, the fiery singer-bassist, as per usual, has a very pointed response.

"We've got a few more tours left in us,” he says. “We enjoy what we do, and we're all on the same page, so there's no reason to stop. Match up any band past or present up against us, and we'll whoop their asses each and every time."
Aug 11 2014
By ALAN K. STOUT / MUSIC ON THE MENU

SCRANTON - Over the past 22 years, I’ve reviewed hundreds of rock concerts. But I can’t recall too many times when I’ve written one in the first person.

Today will be an exception to the norm. In fact, what I’ll write today is probably more of a commentary than a traditional review.

KISS rocked The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton on Saturday night. It was my 33rd time seeing the band. Those shows have been scattered over three decades, dating back to 1984. And this got me to thinking, “Why do I – and millions of others – keep coming back? What makes KISS so special?” And, while putting on my “rock journalism” hat, I also asked myself after Saturday night’s show if the KISS magic was really still there.

If you’ve been reading my writings over the past two decades, you probably know that I am a KISS fan. And, if you didn’t know, and the fact that I already told you about my 33 ticket stubs wasn’t enough to tip you off, the Paul Stanley-style rose tattoo on my right arm would probably do the trick. So, in offering my thoughts on Saturday’s show, I also give you full disclosure:
Aug 11 2014
EPIC RIGHTS AND LIQUID BLUE TO INTRODUCE A NEW LINE OF KISS AND MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL CO-BRANDED APPAREL FOR FANS


Liquid Blue and Epic Rights in Collaboration with MLB Have Created a Unique T-Shirt Line Featuring Iconic KISS Imagery Along With Logos of Fans’ Favorite Major League Baseball Teams

Epic Rights—the full service, global branding and merchandising company representing the merchandising, licensing, e-commerce and digital media interests of legendary rock band KISS—has knocked it out of the park with another big partnership scoring an all-new KISS apparel program with Major League Baseball (MLB) and apparel licensee Liquid Blue, a licensee of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc. The announcement was made today by Lisa Streff, Senior Vice President, Licensing, Epic Rights.

The new collection of all-American t-shirts—Play Ball with KISS—will combine the rock fashion sense of KISS with the instantly recognizable logos representing the New York Yankees and New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers and The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Chicago Cubs, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, Detroit Tigers, Washington Nationals, Oakland Athletics, and the St. Louis Cardinals. Under the Play Ball with KISS collection, Liquid Blue is launching a themed line, Dressed to Kill, and preparing a second themed apparel line called Locker Plate, inspired by the KISS song “Detroit Rock City,” which will be introduced later in the year.

“We are die-hard Major League Baseball fans, and it’s a thrill for KISS to be featured as MLB players from some of our favorite teams in this spectacular graphic artwork,” KISS’s Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons jointly state. “We are ready to ‘play ball,’ with KISS and MLB fans.”
Aug 11 2014
4TH AND LOUD DEBUTS TOMORROW!
Meet the Owners: Catch up with KISS superstars Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, the superstars who want to bring the rock ‘n’ roll to football.

Meet the Players: Acquaint yourself with Colt Brennan, the “Superman” who has the ability to destroy the field — if it doesn’t destroy him first.

Meet the Coaches: Get to know the staff behind Los Angeles’s only football team, including Head Coach Bob McMillen, who has never had a losing season.

4th and Loud premieres Tuesday, August 12 at 9/8c.
Aug 11 2014
TORONTO ROCK CITY T-SHIRT
This cool KISS Toronto event shirt will only be available at tomorrow's show at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. Limited quantities will be available.
Aug 11 2014
PHOTO: THE DEMON SPREADS HIS WINGS
Here's Gene Simmons during Saturday's #KISS show in Scranton, PA.


Photo by Keith Leroux for KISSONLINE.
Aug 11 2014
FAN-SHOT PHOTO FROM ' HARTFORD SHOW
The hottest band in the world! Best KISS performance I've seen. They never disappoint but tonight they were just on a new level!

Dave Stauble
Aug 10 2014
ARMY HARTFORD, YOU LOOK GREAT!
Here's the KISS Army at tonight's show at The Xfinity Theater in Hartford.


Photos by Keith Leroux for KISSONLINE.

Aug 10 2014
By PATRICE WILDING

Perfectly mild and comfortable weather set the mood Saturday night for a showdown of British and American rock hits when veteran performers Kiss and Def Leppard played the Pavilion at Montage Mountain.

The boys from across the pond were up first at 8 p.m. and didn’t waste any time getting to the in-demand music, opening with “Let It Go” and “Animal.”

Lead singer Joe Elliott, a bright light onstage in an ivory-colored leather jacket, gripped a microphone stand decked out in Union Jack scarves as he led singalongs for “Foolin’” and “Love Bites.” Phil Collen’s soulful wailing guitar compelled every body to gyrate along with the power ballad.

“Oi Scranton, do you wanna get rocked?” Elliott teased. The answer was, of course, a resounding yes, and Def Leppard confidently walked through a 75-minute set bursting with hits. Elliott strapped on an acoustic guitar, strumming dutifully through “Two Steps Behind,” which segued into a slowed-down “Bringing on the Heartbreak.” About halfway through, he ditched the guitar and “Heartbreak” was played as the searing, electric song fans know and love.

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