KISS is one of the most legendary rock bands of all time, famous for their heavy anthems, high-energy live concerts and outrageous face-paint costumes and personas. Chris Tetley sits down in the studio and over the phone for an open and intimate talk with original KISS members Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, and Eric Singer, the band's drummer since 1980. For all their otherworldly image the musicians talk with great candor and clarity. Any fan of Kiss will appreciate the way they discuss their careers, touring, recording, and lineup change as well general principals of life. Above all else KISS aspires to please their fans and this audio will do just that.
KISS are a band who need little introduction, a world-wide household name, thanks to their early decision to put on the most visually spectacular show the world of rock has ever seen. Think of big and think of Kiss, who are all about emotion, heart and what you have to do in life. Gene Simmons says "nothing touches being on stage when you look into a fan's face."
In these unique classic interviews, one recorded in the UK during an early tour and the other by phone, we get an insight into what makes the band rock, especially Gene Simmons. The magic and the chemistry are there, which is evident in the conversations with Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Eric Carr as they talk about the band, touring, movies and their albums. Kiss always prided themselves on having the biggest and most outrageous live show in rock and roll.
This is not an endorsed music release of the artist or record company but an exclusive Audiobiography. The sound quality of the interviews may vary depending on recording circumstances. However, in this sensational release, hear unique personal details about the ear shattering rock music, personal lives and the band's striking visual image.
A must for the fan, collector and music buff.