Review: KISS put on a spectacular performance at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow
The iconic band dazzled fans with their set as they jetted into Scotland on their KISSWORLD 2017 Tour
FIRE breathing, KISS heavy metal titan Gene Simmons soared above a sold out SSE Hydro in Glasgow last night – and the 67 year-old star snarled: “Scotland, gie it laldy.”
The iconic band jetted in on their KISSWORLD 2017 Tour, dazzling fans with an all action display featuring fireworks, pyrotechnics, lasers and bass player Gene’s signature blood spitting, flying guitar solo.
They also paid an emotional tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack, plunging the huge venue into darkness and silence.
Lead singer Paul Stanley, 65, said: “God bless Manchester and God bless freedom.”
But the guys didn’t let it stop the party.
They thundered through a set list from all eras of their sparkling 45-year career, including smash hits Crazy Crazy Nights, God of Thunder, Rock and Roll All Nite, finishing with a booming rendition of anthem Detroit Rock City.
Paul raved: “You are awesome.
“Rock ‘n roll is alive and well.”