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.'
New Original Song by Paul Stanley's Soul Station Set for March 5
Track will be featured on the group's upcoming album, 'Now and Then.'
Paul Stanley on Publishing Sell-Offs: ‘Can’t Take It With You'
Kiss frontman voices support for new era of rights deals and notes “how fragile life is" after death of Supremes singer Mary Wilson.
Hear Paul Stanley's Soul Station Cover Spinners Classic
Kiss frontman's side project tackles "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love."
Paul Stanley Announces Soul Station Album, 'Now and Then'
Record by 10-piece band includes nine covers of classic R&B songs and five originals.
Ace Frehley Says Kiss Bandmates ‘Missed Out’ by Not Partying
Former Kiss guitarist recalls fun times with Rush that Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley didn’t share.
Watch Paul Stanley's Soul Station Cover Smokey Robinson
Kiss frontman's R&B side project delivers socially distanced performance.
Paul Stanley Says ‘We Have to Be Better’ After George Floyd Death
Kiss frontman reacts to “cold-blooded murder” that led to street violence in Minneapolis.
How Kiss Fought Off Bad Record Label Advice to Create 'Forever'
Frontman didn’t like the assumptions made about Michael Bolton’s co-writing credit.
Watch Graham Nash, Paul Stanley, Elvis Costello Lockdown Shows
Artists entertain from home while David Byrne, Robbie Robertson and Ozzy Osbourne react to coronavirus pandemic.