It's hard out there for a replacement drummer. Just ask Eric Singer, who's got a job most musicians would envy -- pounding the skins for Kiss -- but one that comes with a few occupational hazards, like having to hear the constant complaining of fans who wish the band's original lineup would get back together.
Rock and roll never dies, but as any fan can tell you, band lineups are a lot less permanent — and for groups that have been together for decades, the personnel shifts can be hard to keep track of
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?