For over four decades, Paul Stanley has served as the on-stage ringleader and backstage prime mover for Kiss. After helping the famously facepainted group rise to the top of the rock world in the mid-'70s, Stanley kept the ship afloat through a series of lineup, image and musical style changes during the '80s and early '90s -- even as his longtime musical partner Gene Simmons admittedly let his attention wander into film and television projects. In recent years, he has produced and spearheaded two well-received Kiss studio albums -- 'Sonic Boom' and 'Monster' -- and in 2014 he released an autobiography entitled 'Face the Music - A Life Exposed.'
Paul Stanley on Flu Battle: 'I Was Wondering if It Was My Time'
Kiss returned to the stage after being forced to cancel three farewell concerts.
Kiss Cancels Canadian Farewell Dates as Paul Stanley Recovers
Singer apologizes to fans as he battles a serious case of the flu.
KISS' Paul Stanley Names His 13 Favorite Guitarists
And why he thinks they're great.
Ace Frehley: My Album Makes Paul Stanley ‘Look Like an Imbecile’
Former Kiss guitarist says upcoming solo LP proves he’s not the person former bandmates have claimed.
Paul Stanley Embraces Kiss' 'Phantom' Film Like an 'Ugly Child'
"We knew nothing about acting, nothing about filmmaking."
Paul Stanley Shoots Down Kiss Vegas Sphere Residency Rumors
He "can't really see that happening," despite fan interest.
Paul Stanley Defends Kiss' 'End of the Road' Set List
"Somebody sitting at home critiquing the set list is absurd."
Paul Stanley: Original Kiss Lineup Reunion 'Doesn't Make Sense'
He says he doesn’t want to "mar the celebration" of farewell tour by bringing back Ace Frehley and Peter Criss.
Paul Stanley's Solo Album Chronicled a Real-Life Love Triangle
Kiss star admitted he "basked in the drama" on the 1978 LP.