Kiss' biggest chart hit, 'Beth,' has been re-imagined as a '70s-style dramedy in a hilarious video complete with actors playing the role of Peter Criss and a nagging wife imploring him to leave a recording session -- because dinner is getting cold and the kids are driving her crazy.
Big congratulations to former Kiss and current solo and Grand Funk Railroad guitarist Bruce Kulick, who got married to fiancee Lisa Lane this weekend in Los Angeles. "It was a magical day, with many wonderful memories to share," he enthused on his Facebook page.
Given the rock n’ roll lifestyle he’s led, we can expect a lot of juicy gossip in Paul Stanley’s upcoming autobiography. But in a new interview, the Kiss singer says that, in the book, he also discusses something a lot more serious, his lifelong struggle with microtia and partial deafness.
Nothing says "Merry Christmas" quite like Jewish rock stars singing a Bing Crosby tune on stage to a deafening arena audience -- or so the members of Kiss apparently thought when they performed the holiday classic on Dec. 19, 1987 in New Haven, Conn.
Former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley says he's happy to perform with his former bandmates at the upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony -- as long as he's the only one wearing his famous makeup.
Peter Criss will always remain one of rock's most recognized and popular drummers. As a founding member of Kiss, Criss donned iconic makeup to represent a character and look of his own creation, and that d
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