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 Says ‘Kisstory’ Captures the ‘Human Side’ of Kiss
He notes "chemistry and camaraderie" with Gene Simmons takes center stage in new band documentary.
Kiss Announce Two-Night A&E 'Biography: Kisstory' Documentary
Guitarist and singer Paul Stanley says he's "very proud" of upcoming film.
Paul Stanley Holds Pre-Demolition Estate Sale: Photos, Video
The Kiss star is reportedly demolishing his house.
Dave Grohl Met His Rock Idol at His Daughter’s School Assembly
Not the place you'd expect to run into a Rock N' Roll Hall of Famer.
When Kiss Classic ‘God of Thunder’ Left Paul Stanley ‘Devastated’
Frontman hoped his track would become his signature song - until producer Bob Ezrin gave it to Gene Simmons.
Paul Stanley on Soul Station: 'I Don't Stay In Any Lane'
In an exclusive interview with UCR, the Kiss frontman details his voyage into the world of soul.
New Kiss Songs Would Be Like Unaged Wine, Says Paul Stanley
Frontman explains the paradox that makes studio return unlikely.
Paul Stanley Expects Solo Band Tour Before Kiss Return
He believes COVID restrictions will allow Soul Station to play shows before arenas and stadiums reopen.