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  • Older and wiser
    Gene Simmons offers 13 fool-proof ways to attain freedom and wealth
    Consider Gene Simmons' new book, ME, Inc., a kiss for good luck. A meaningful kiss and manifesto as Simmons, a marketing and finance wizard, gives aspiring entrepreneurs the critical tools they need to succeed. He teaches readers how to build...
  • Today in Rock: October 14
    Today in Rock: October 14
    Today in music history:There were several significant events on this day between the years 1948 and 2011On this day in 1948, future member of Boney M, Marcia Barrett is born in Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica.On this day in 1957 The Everly...
  • Rock & Brews opens in Oviedo
    Rockers unite: KISS founders open Rock & Brews in Oviedo
    Ready to rock? Rock & Brews, a restaurant chain founded by Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS, will open their first east coast eatery with the new Oviedo location, 7131 Red Bug Lake Road near the Oviedo...
  • Get Stress-Free Curls
    Style Your Way to Gorgeous Hair In Minutes
    Style your hair to perfection with just the touch of a button and achieve natural-looking curls or beachy tousled waves with the KISS InstaWave – without stepping foot in a salon!The revolutionary KISS InstaWave is a fully automatic curler...
  • Interview with Joe Perry on ‘Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith’
    Q&A with Joe Perry on ‘Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith’
    More than four decades in the making, Aerosmith co-founderJoe Perry’s new memoir Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith is out today (Oct. 7), chronicling the life of a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer who has become synonymous with the bluesy...
  • Interview with Yoshiki of X Japan on the band’s Madison Square Garden debut
    Interview with Yoshiki of X Japan on the band’s Madison Square Garden debut
    For Yoshiki Hayashi, this Saturday (Oct. 11) will go down in J-rock history as one of the biggest bands in Asia makes their debut at Madison Square Garden. Formed over 30 years ago, X Japan first gained notoriety in the mid-'80s by ushering in...
  • Paul Stanley: Face the Music
    KISS singer Paul Stanley faces the music in candid autobiography
    KISS front man Paul Stanley had as good a reason as any to write his memoirs: “I needed to reflect personally,” says the rocker in Face the Music, available now from Harper-Collins. “But also to let fans see themselves in it, and see where my...
  • Today in Rock: October 2
    Today in Rock: October 2
    Today in music history:There were several significant events on this day between the years 1945 and 2005.On this day in 1945 future singer-songwriter Don McLean is born in New Rochelle, New York.On this day in 1967 The Beatles are in the studio...
  • Kelly's take on KISS
    Start Gallery pays homage to KISS
    Detroit Rock City at Detroit Art City. Earlier tonight, the doors opened at Start Gallery for Detroit KISS City, a tribute to KISS, a band with strong connections to Detroit. The show, which includes paintings, drawings and even a couple of...
  • Today in Rock: September 17
    Today in Rock: September 18
    Today in music history:There were several significant events on this day between the years 1582 and 2004.On this day in 1582 Francesca Caccini, future Italian composer, singer, lutenist, poet and music teacher of the early Baroque era, is born in...
  • Music News: Kiss
    Music News: Kiss, Bob Crewe, Cat Stevens, Queen
    The Oregonian newspaper recently announced that Kiss took part in a benefit for a military museum in the state.The band was sans makeup, and with acoustic guitars, for a 14-song set in benefit for the Oregon Military Museum, named for Brig. Gen....
  • Gene Simmons at 2014 Summer TCA Tour photo
    Rock god Gene Simmons: Rock isn't just dead, 'it was murdered'
    If there's one thing we've become accustomed to over the years, it is the never-ending stream of controversial statements from rock icons like Gene Simmons of KISS. This time around, Web Pro News reported Sept. 13 that in an interview with...
  • Album Review: Ace Frehley - "Space Invader"
    Album Review: Ace Frehley - 'Space Invader'
    You can take the makeup off his face, but you can’t remove the spirit of the Spaceman from Ace Frehley’s heart. The former KISS lead guitarist is back and better than ever with the impeccably titled “Space Invader.” Made up...
  • Gene Simmons, it really is good to be him!
    Gene Simmons: It Really is Good to Be Him
    You really can't judge a book by it's cover. If more families practiced family values as depicted in Gene Simmons hit television show, "Family Values," the world would be a much better place.You can imagine my surprise as I was...
  • KISS' Gene Simmons Sued
    KISS’ Gene Simmons Sued for Stage Fall, Neil Young Divorces
    KISS’ Gene Simmons has been hit with a lawsuit from a security guard, who claimed to have slipped and fell on the band’s confetti during a 2012 concert.The security guard, Timothy Funk had stated that his safety was put at risk when he...