Looking for a great... well, good... OK, really cheesy science fiction rock and roll movie to watch on Halloween? Well, you can always travel back in time with 'Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park,' which debuted 35 years ago this season as one of NBC's "Movies of the Week" and is now available on DVD.
Now that Kiss are on the ballot for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, fans have started daydreaming about what it might be like to see the band enshrined alongside some of their fellow rock legends. But if your dream includes seeing the original lineup play at the induction ceremony, Gene Simmons has some bad news for you.
Gene Simmons recently sat down for a Google+ Hangout video chat about what's in store for Kiss over the next several months. And not so surprisingly, the Demon says there are some awesome things coming from the band.
Former Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick took time today to remember a moment that almost became the next great rock tragedy. Ten years ago (Oct. 16, 2003) Kulick was walking with a friend on Sunset Blvd. when two stray bullets struck him in the leg and head. A couple of inches -- or less -- either way and Kulick says he could have been killed.
On Oct. 11, 1983, Kiss performed the first-ever show without their trademark facepaint. The change helped revitalize the band's sagging commercial fortunes, but also marked the beginning of an extended "troubling time" for founding member Gene Simmons.
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