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.'
Kiss Cancel Australian Tour Over Paul Stanley Illness
Eight shows called off “with heavy hearts.”
Paul Stanley on Odessa Mass Shooting: ‘Prayers Are Not Enough’
Kiss frontman calls for action after 283rd outrage of 2019.
Paul Stanley Recalls ‘Disgraceful’ Hall of Fame Treatment
Kiss frontman says band were “treated like crap” during 2014 induction ceremony.
Watch Paul Stanley Abandon Zipline Stunt at Kiss Show
Apparent technical failure sees frontman giving up on ‘Love Gun’ tradition.
Paul Stanley Recalls Pain of Being Called ‘One-Eared Monster'
Kiss frontman recounts his lonely early days in clip from audio version of new book ‘Backstage Pass.’
Gene Simmons Once Overcame Fear of Flying for Paul Stanley
Kiss frontman acknowledges 49 years of “true love and true friendship” with bandmate in new book.
Paul Stanley Says Peter Criss Has 'Always Been Negative'
Kiss frontman says ex-drummer has a bad attitude.
Paul Stanley Details Risk of Fame Being Disappointing
Kiss frontman says he’s fortunate that stardom didn’t change him, because it doesn’t always change people for the better.
Paul Stanley on His Voice: ‘You Aren’t Who You Once Were’
Kiss frontman explains what he does to keep voice in shape, and comments on his band’s farewell tour stage set.