With Kiss finally set to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year, one might think Paul Stanley's attitude toward it might have softened somewhat, but that isn't the case: In a new interview, Stanley made it clear that he still feels the whole thing is "tainted, corrupted and distorted."
It looks as if the saga of which members of Kiss will perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will mirror the Guns N’ Roses will-they-won’t-they controversy of 2012. The newest wrinkle came early this morning (Jan. 4), when Paul Stanley said that Ace Frehley and Peter Criss would probably not join the group onstage this April.
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.
It's hard to conceive of a time when Kiss frontman Paul Stanley was not intimately acquainted with the inner workings of the opposite sex. But like the rest of us, he was once a virgin -- and during a recent appearance on KLOS FM's 'The Heidi and Frank Show,' he recounted the day it all changed for him.