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Kiss star Gene Simmons has been slapped with legal action from a concert security guard who allegedly slipped and fell on the band's confetti during a gig in 2012.
Through he's long sported the makeup made famous by his predecessor in Kiss, drummer Eric Singer is careful to note that he and fellow late-comer Tommy Thayer aren't trying to ignore what the departed Peter Criss and Ace Frehley built with the band.
The new solo album by recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ace Frehley debuted at #9 on the Billboard album chart this week, giving the founding KISS guitarist his highest charting solo album ever.
With seven-plus years of sobriety under his belt, the original Kiss lead guitarist has recorded his best solo album since his groundbreaking self-titled album in 1978.
A guitar lover's $30,000 collection of instruments signed by rock legends such as KISS and The Eagles stolen from his GARDEN SHED A guitar collector has had $30,000 worth of guitars signed by some of the world's biggest rock legends stolen from his back shed.
Make no mistake: Gene Simmons can be an irritating, egotistical asshole. But he's a smart one.
1991: Kiss drummer Peter Criss filed a libel lawsuit in Los Angeles against The Star for publishing a story which claimed he was a homeless alcoholic living on the streets of Santa Monica.
It's not uncommon to hear fans opine that the best Kiss album isn't a Kiss album at all, but is actually the 1978 solo album from their extraterrestrial former-lead guitarist Ace Frehley .
Gene Simmons doesn't seem like the kind of person who cares if he offends someone with his comments.
Gene Simmons is celebrating the 40th anniversary of KISS with a summer co-headlining tour with Def Leppard , but the bass player thinks he's an endangered species.
This week, KISS comes to town along with a handful of other great touring acts -- large and small.
Jesse Hilsen was also Paul Stanley's shrink, and he was tracked down by Steven Rambam; also, fun facts about the Emmys Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of Kiss; the search for their former business manager is the subject of an edition of "Nowhere to Hide" on Investigation Discovery.
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