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The Glorious 70's

Decline And Rebirth In The 80's



The 90's  


 Cobo Hall 1976


                                                      Budokan 1977


                                           Houston - The Summit 1977


                                         Augusta, Ga. 1983 (I was there)


                                                       Budokan 1988


                            Alive 35 Tour - Greenville, S.C. 2009 (I was there)



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Article taken from Ultimate Classic Rock‘Love Gun,’ the sixth studio album from …Continue

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Started by RJhog (Admin). Last reply by RJhog (Admin) Jun 30, 2013.

It's been 40 years since Kiss put on paint and changed the face of rock and roll

By Ethan Sacks / NEW YORK DAILY NEWSBARRY LEVINEIn 1973, Ace Frehley (from l.), Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Peter…Continue

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Started by RJhog (Admin) Mar 24, 2013.


Okay, I know all of you have been patiently waiting on this.  It's my personal review of…Continue

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Started by RJhog (Admin). Last reply by Scott Jan 13, 2013.

KISS In Denmark 1980 (I was there)

I've found some footage of my first concert ever: KISS with Iron Maiden as support allmost 32 years ago!! This was the Iron Maiden with Paul D'ianno, Dennis Stratton and Clive Burr, the line-up from…Continue

Started by Niels (Mod) Jan 24, 2012.

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Comment by RJhog (Admin) on July 29, 2013 at 10:31pm

Back In The Solo Album Groove Interview: David Edward Byrd
Renowned graphic artist/illustrator details the "hellacious" experience of creating the interlocking solo album murals, plus other assorted KISS odds and ends

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KissFAQ: David, before we get into the solo album murals, you've mentioned that you were asked to design a logo for Neil Bogart for his new company at the time, Casablanca Records. And you also went to an early KISS photo shoot. Can you recount these stories for us?

David Edward Byrd: Yeah, let's see. At the time, I was a poster artist of the Fillmore East in New York. We opened in '68 and we didn't do a lot of posters in New York, unlike San Francisco. It's not that kind of theater situation. New Yorkers is sit down and listen. So we didn't do a lot of posters because it wasn't like a poster scene. I think that's how Neil knew about me. He called me to his office, which was Buddah Records in the Brill Building as I recall. The Brill Building is very famous for songwriters as you know.

Read the rest HERE.

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A classic poster from Kiss‘ appearance at St. Petersburg’s Bayfront Center on Oct. 20, 1975, recently fetched a whopping $3,125 after nearly 30 bids on eBay.

On tour behind its career-saving ‘Alive’ album, the band opened the show with ‘Deuce’ and concluded with an encore that featured ‘Cold Gin’ and ‘Rock and Roll All Nite.’ According to the poster, tickets were $5.50 in advance and $6.50 at the door.

The winning eBay bidder also received original photos taken at this Florida concert and the ticket stub. Though the poster was never folded or rolled, it does contain various pinholes. As the seller says, “It hung on the closet doors of a young Kiss fan for many years. Back then, no thought was given to ‘mint condition’ or other such silliness.”

The 7,500-seat Bayfront Center was built in 1965 and demolished in 2004. Kiss, meanwhile, continue to tour with only Gene Simmons and Paul Stanleyremaining from the 1975 edition.

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Comment by RJhog (Admin) on May 25, 2013 at 10:00pm

Spotted a Kiss T-shirt in the movie Pain & Gain...just sayin'.

Comment by RJhog (Admin) on May 15, 2013 at 10:20am

They are very good to their fans...

Comment by Scott on May 15, 2013 at 8:03am

How nice of them...


KISS' Monster album gets a Universal Music special release on May 31st. The Monster - Limited Tour Edition will also include the bonus track, 'Right Here Right Now' (previously available on iTunes only). The new edition will also include a poster.


Comment by RJhog (Admin) on April 28, 2013 at 12:19am

This is hilarious:

Comment by RJhog (Admin) on January 21, 2013 at 9:39pm

Reworking the group.


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