The guitarist discusses how his departure from Kiss eventually helped him get sober.
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The full-blown Kiss concert experience is big enough to require the occasional use of pre-recorded backing tracks, but that doesn't mean the group has forgotten how to deliver an old-fashioned, stripped-down acoustic set.
They've gone from makeup to unmasked, hard rock to prog, and been one of the world's biggest rock bands for several decades, releasing a slew of classic studio and live LPs along the way.
Two drummers with very different approaches to their craft – to say nothing of stagewear – face off in round one of our March Drum Madness competition.
At this point, it's almost a bigger deal when a major band doesn't rely to some extent on pre-recorded music during live performances, but it's still kind of embarrassing when a group gets caught miming.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and for Kiss, the journey to worldwide rock superstardom began with a single LP: 'Kiss,' released on Feb. 18, 1974.
On Jan. 30, 1973, less than 10 people witnessed the first live performances by Kiss at the Popcorn Club (soon to be renamed the Coventry) in Queens, N.Y.
The four guys who made up the original 'Kiss Krew' share their stories about working for the band during its rise to fame in their new book, 'Out on the Streets.'
The second track from Kiss' two-song collaboration with the Japanese pop group Momoiro Clover Z has apparently surfaced online.
The 10 Kiss songs that best showcase singer and guitarist Paul Stanley.