While Simpsons executive producer Al Jean didn’t come up with the idea to “tribute” KISS, he felt compelled to go along with it: “As a corporal in the KISS Army, I could only obey.”
Two twenty-somethings put down their iPads and log off Tumblr for as long as they can bear to talk about The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and, of course, come up with a number of reasons why they are unsatisfied with it.
Rock Hall Nominees 2014: Nirvana, Hall & Oates, KISS, The Replacements, Peter Gabriel, Linda Ronstadt & More
Besides Nirvana, Hall & Oates, Peter Gabriel, The Replacements, Linda Ronstadt, Yes, Cat Stevens, Link Wray and The Zombies are also first-time nominees on this year’s list.
Nothin’ To Lose takes you back to a time before KISS was a cultural institution, before anyone cared what Gene (and his partner-in-crime for decades, Paul Stanley) had to say
This Sunday, Gene Simmons will perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” at London’s Wembley Stadium for the NFL International Series game.
It was thirty years ago today (September 13, 1983) that a nation of suburban teens and early twenty-somethings had their young minds blown by the rock and roll equivalent of the curtain being pulled on the Wizard Of Oz.
Has polarizing football player Tim Tebow gotten a raw deal in the press because of his religious beliefs? And would he be treated more respectfully if he were not Christian, and specifically, Muslim? Gene Simmons thinks so.
The best cameo perhaps goes to Macklemore, who filmed himself in his bathtub just singing along wholeheartedly.
There is not enough fake blood in the world to fuel the spit-take caused by the recent news that KISS is teaming up with Hello Kitty for an animated series on kids network The Hub.
“I feel like they’re never gonna let KISS in, which is pretty f****** lame when you consider what they’ve accomplished.”
During the March 2 episode of Saturday Night Live, Daft Punk shocked the music world by airing a new 15-second TV commercial, reviving the long-lost art of the album release TV commercial.
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In recent years particularly, labels like Rhino and Sony Legacy have released more best-of collections and box sets than ever. But how many is too many? If nearly all the compilations are identical in tracklisting, what’s the point?