KISS - PAUL STANLEY On Band Name - "It Had So Many Different Meanings"
March 7, 2021, a month ago
Ahead of their upcoming Aussie tour, KISS frontman Paul Stanley Zoomed into The Project, during which he revealed how the band chose their name, and what came a close second.
KISS have released a new video trailer for the Australian leg of their End Of The Road World Tour, with dates scheduled in November/December 2021. Watch the trailer below, and get tickets and VIP upgrades here.
14 - RAC Arena - Perth, Australia
17 - Adelaide Entertainment Centre - Adelaide, Australia
20 - Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, Australia
21 - Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, Australia
26 - Qudos Bank Arena - Sydney, Australia
30 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre - Brisbane, Australia
4 - Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville (Outdoors) - Queensland, Australia
KISS have launched a new official “bootleg” live series, Off The Soundboard. Starting the series will be their epic performance at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan on March 13, 2001. This show comes from the band’s vault of soundboard recordings, features Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Ace Frehley.
Check out the tracklisting below, and stay tuned for further details.
"Detroit Rock City"
"Shout It Out Loud"
"Talk To Me"
"I Love It Loud"
"Do You Love Me"
"Calling Dr. Love"
"Heaven’s On Fire"
"Let Me Go Rock & Roll"
"Shock Me" / Guitar Solo
"Lick It Up" / Bass Solo
"God Of Thunder" / Drum Solo
"I Still Love You"
"I Was Made For Lovin’ You"
"Rock And Roll All Nite"