On October 22, 1974 Kiss overcame a difficult recording session to release their second album, 'Hotter Than Hell.'
Bruce Kulick talks about 'Rise to It,' the leadoff track from Kiss' 1989 album 'Hot in the Shade.'
Kiss founder Paul Stanley, echoing his bandmate Gene Simmons' much-discussed "rock is dead" declaration, says the group wouldn't stand a chance if it tried to start its career today.
Brett Bouchy, the managing partner and co-owner of the LA Kiss arena football team, has had a wild first season in Anaheim.
Here's your chance to win an LA Kiss shirt signed by both Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, a one-of-a-kind keepsake for any season.
The seeds of Kiss, quite famously, grew from an early '70s band called Wicked Lester.
They've been a fixture on the charts for decades, many current and former members have written memoirs and band co-founder Gene Simmons even had his own reality show, so how much of the Kiss story could really be left untold?
Patricia Thayer, mother of Kiss guitarist Tommy Thayer, has passed away.
On Sept. 28, 1998, the original lineup of Kiss released their first studio album together in about 20 years. Well... sort of.
Ace Frehley responded to Paul's Stanley's complaints about his guitar playing with some charges of his own.