Fans can finally watch the long-sought-after coffee commercial featuring Paul Stanley, featured above, putting images together with a Folgers jingle that's been passed around since at least 2008.
Kiss enjoy an apparently never-ending demand for their music -- and given that they play in costumes and makeup, the band could conceivably continue on as a live act with replacement players even after all of the original members decide they don't feel like performing anymore.
An invitation to appear on the New York City-based finale of Dave Grohl's 'Sonic Highways' series opened up a treasure trove of memories for Paul Stanley.
Paul Stanley says Kiss was "screwed over" at the Thanksgiving Day Parade.
He's best known for wearing face paint, leather and gems as the frontman for Kiss, but Paul Stanley spent a big chunk of 1999 wearing a different costume -- and singing a very different kind of music.
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.
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.
Ace Frehley responded to Paul's Stanley's complaints about his guitar playing with some charges of his own.
For the first time in several trouble-plagued years, Kiss entered the recording sessions for 1984's 'Animalize' on both a commercial and a critical winning streak.
Paul Stanley says he had to teach Slash a pretty harsh lesson in rock and roll diplomacy back at the start of the Guns N' Roses guitarist's meteoric rise to fame.