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Nathaniel ChadwickNBC/Getty Images Sin City has secured Kiss for a nine-show residency Kiss is coming to the City of Sin. The shock rockers have been booked for a Las Vegas residency starting in November, USA Today reports . The veteran hard rock
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of the rock band Kiss showed up at the TV critics press tour to plug a new football-themed reality series, but wound up spending part of the session dissing their former bandmates. When Simmons was asked why they were
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are launching a reality show in August on AMC that will chronicle their journey of forming an arena football team in Los Angeles, the L.A. Arena Football League on the map. "We're the Tiger Woods of golf. Before Tiger
Def Leppard, another band known for its multimillion-selling albums and epic choruses, as the opening act. The show brings its mix of stage blood and sing-alongs to Rock and Roll All Nite to the Sleep Train Amphitheatre on Thursday...The focus and
If someone likes you, he said, they'll buy what you're sellingwhether or not they need it...Today, at 64, he and his band mates have proven just how far that nugget of wisdom can be taken. Simmons might be famous for his fire-spitting, serpent-
He detailed the incident through screengrabs of his text conversation with his mother that he posted on Instagram. I think Gene Simmons is on my flight, Stonestreet's mother, Jamey Stonestreet texted the actor, Do you think I should give him a kiss? "
Eric Stonetreet (and his mother) beef is over ... so says Paul Stanley , who has even extended an invite to a Kiss concert as a show of friendship. The social media battle between the "Modern Family" star and the makeup-clad rockers began when
News More News The actor posted an angry note on his Instagram account on Wednedsay, calling out Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of Kiss for being rude to his mom on a flight from Los Angeles to Kansas City. Gene tried to bully my mom out of her seat
Along the way, fueled by insecurities, they imagine personas that turn their weaknesses and fears into instantly identifiable characters.
Paul Stanley will appear tomorrow, May 16, at the West End Barnes and Noble, where he'll sign copies of his book, Face the Music: A Life Exposed . Omid Torn spoke with Stanley about success, failure, his band's legacy, The Runaways, Brussels sprouts