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Fun night in Bristow!

I just wanted to give a great big thanks for the great night in Bristow, VA. Life is heavy sometimes, but having the opportunity to let my hair down and worry about nothing but fun and entertainment meant the world to me. I appreciate all the energy you put into your show and the respect you expressed to me for being a veteran. I have only began going to concerts in my middle aged adult life - and this one, by far, knocked my socks off. I truly needed a night like this. I wish my Dad was alive to see the pictures and videos. He would have been over the moon. Thank you so much for everything. I truly needed the smiles and laughter! - Tina Cox

Posted on 08/19/2019

KISS Family

Attended my 22nd KISS show in Charlotte NC on 8-10-2019. Way back in 1990, my dad took his 14yo son to his first KISS concert. Almost 30 years later, I took my 12yo son to his first KISS concert and my 20yo daughter to her second. I ws very proud to have this picture taken of my entire family in KISS makeup. I didnt paint my face because I actually got to tag along with my best friend during my guitar M&G with Paul Stanley, which turned into a meeting with the ENTIRE BAND! I couldnt have asked for a more perfect night! Thank you to Gene, Paul, Eric, Tommy, Keith Leroux and my best friend Alan for an incredible experience! - Eddie Helms

Posted on 08/19/2019

Round 2.....Our Last KISS

I was fortunate enough to make it to the Raleigh show and the Charlotte show! Thank you so much for keeping the ticket prices in reach! Nothing like spending an evening with high school friends and rockin' out to the music we loved then and now!! It's been an amazing journey and HATE to see you guys end it but completely understand. Keep rockin' it, guys! Thanks for all you do and all the great memories!! - Beth Coker

Posted on 08/19/2019

Airbrush art of ERIC CARR

Hi my name is Don Armstrong and I Love to airbrush . I Airbrushed Eric Carr on a bassdrum head . Thanks to all that enjoys my art work . KISS ROCKS ! Don Armstrong

Posted on 08/19/2019

KISS is EVERYWHERE !

Fan since '77 KISS & CHEAP TRICK, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Got into Model Trains and made this layout to take to shows through out Western Canada. Huge hit with the young kids but more excitement for the OLDER (50 yrs + Kids) !!!! Loved the Band and Hobby changed my life for ever. Love from CANADA keep Rocking everyone !!!!!! - Dave Landels
Posted on 08/17/2019

Family "Leg-KISS-y" Road Trip: 4-3-2-1

4 super KISS fans; 3 generations strong (two grand-teens, my eldest daughter and I); 2 months to work together to craft and prep our homage costumes; 1 BAND, 1 FAMILY, 1 Road trip from Atlanta to Charlotte to see the EOTR tour 1 more time (we were at the Atlanta concert back in April as well). Once, was not enough! Since my 1st KISS concert, every next concert has continued to be bigger, better, and larger than life than the one before it. Charlotte was no exception - thanks to my son, we sat in the 7th row...from there, it was more obvious than ever that this band, these guys, rank as the most engaging, fun-loving and talented group in the world: LITERALLY. Aside from the obvious talent and show itself, the eye contact, the smiles, the determination on pleasing a HUGE audience, constantly and consistently thru the entire show. Such absolute enthusiasm and love for what they do and how they do it. While I realize it is just about impossible for us to do a three-peat" without a substantial lottery win, I encourage any KISS fan to see this show - if at all possible. It is not just another KISS concert, and KISS is not just another band. The tour may end, the members may retire, but in our family, KISS will be a lasting legacy and will never fade away. There is no easy way to say thank-you and good-bye. But, to Paul, Gene, Tommy, Eric and all the KISS Army folks....you ROCK! - Catherine Donald
Posted on 08/17/2019

Family "Leg-KISS-y" Road Trip: 4-3-2-1

4 super KISS fans; 3 generations strong (two grand-teens, my eldest daughter and I); 2 months to work together to craft and prep our homage costumes; 1 BAND, 1 FAMILY, 1 Road trip from Atlanta to Charlotte to see the EOTR tour 1 more time (we were at the Atlanta concert back in April as well). Once, was not enough! Since my 1st KISS concert, every next concert has continued to be bigger, better, and larger than life than the one before it. Charlotte was no exception - thanks to my son, we sat in the 7th row...from there, it was more obvious than ever that this band, these guys, rank as the most engaging, fun-loving and talented group in the world: LITERALLY. Aside from the obvious talent and show itself, the eye contact, the smiles, the determination on pleasing a HUGE audience, constantly and consistently thru the entire show. Such absolute enthusiasm and love for what they do and how they do it. While I realize it is just about impossible for us to do a three-peat" without a substantial lottery win, I encourage any KISS fan to see this show - if at all possible. It is not just another KISS concert, and KISS is not just another band. The tour may end, the members may retire, but in our family, KISS will be a lasting legacy and will never fade away. There is no easy way to say thank-you and good-bye. But, to Paul, Gene, Tommy, Eric and all the KISS Army folks....you ROCK! - Catherine Donald
Posted on 08/17/2019

KISS-a family life changer

kissonline featured a pic of my daughter in 2012 in a wheelchair due to RSD, an excruciating painful Nerve Disease. From comments there there, we made a few friends across the country that shared the rare disease. To this day, they are fast friends. KISS has been a way for her to push thru the pain. This pic is right after the End of the Road concert in Atlanta. She can now stand a minute (her walker in the background - the last concert, she could not stand for that minute). We took my two grands as well, their first concert and KISS ! We all agree, KISS let's us be who we are - no apologies, no shame. God gave rock n roll to us all and thankfully, He also gave us KISS.Since 1974, I can say, KISS has been a positive life changer - for me and our family. Luv ya guys! Cathy Donald from Covington GA

Posted on 08/04/2019

Dad and Me 1978

Hello I live in Tijuana, I knew that they would come to Tijuana this year and it is something that excites me, since you were from my father's favorite bands, thanks to him I knew you and you have been a special connection between him and me. My father died when I was 5 years old, however thanks to your songs, it's as if he were with me. In the calendar of dates I do not see the date in Tijuana, I really want you to come to the city, I can´t cross to California and it would be my last chance to see you and remember my father. thank you for existing. - Fabiola Garcia Garcia

Posted on 08/04/2019
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