Updated: Kiss Sued For Unpaid Royalties By Eric Carr’s Family
Update 3/12: Both Carr's family and Kiss singer / guitarist Paul Stanley have denied that Carr's family is actually involved in this lawsuit. Get the full details here.
The family of the late Eric Carr, former drummer for Kiss, has filed a lawsuit against the group alleging that they are no…
Original Kiss Manager’s Partner: ‘Do It For Bill Aucoin’
The chorus of critics questioning why Kiss isn't performing with all four founding members as part of its induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is growing. Now, Roman Fernandez, the former partner of Bill Aucoin, has joined its ranks, and weighed in on how their former manager woul…
Kiss’ Paul Stanley Sets Several Booksigning Events
Though he at first seemed reluctant to write it, Kiss' Paul Stanley is really getting into this autobiography thing. He's doing a number of author events before the publication of 'Face the Music: A Life Exposed' on April 8, 2014 via HarperOne.
41 Years Ago: Kiss Perform Their First Concert
On Jan. 30, 1973, fewer than 10 people witnessed the first live performances by Kiss at the Popcorn Club (soon to be renamed the Coventry) in Queens, N.Y. According to bassist Gene Simmons, the group was paid $50 for performing two sets that evening.
Imagine KISS Working At Walmart [VIDEO]
I've heard rumor that this will be airing during Superbowl 48. It's KISS pushing their new album Sonic, but coming up with a creative and funny piece to do it.
I wonder if the boys from Aerosmith will be laughing?

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