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.'
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Kiss frontman reacts to “cold-blooded murder” that led to street violence in Minneapolis.
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Rockers Beg People to Stay Home to Fight Coronavirus
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The frontman still expects the band to be active, even after its touring days are done.
Watch Paul Stanley Answer Children's Questions About Eric Carr
"I miss him today. I was just talking about him yesterday."