The often ignored conversation surrounding KISS and the Nazis.
An encouraging explanation for that very unlikely reunion.
The guitarist dishes on his new solo album, teaming with Paul Stanley and his favorite Kiss memory.
Déjà Vu: Chatting With Giorgio Moroder and Doraemon's Yoshihiko Shinoda, Plus Hy Brasil, Adham Shaikh, Owl and Old Man Luedecke Exclusives
When you look at current technologies, are there moments for you as a producer when you look back at your earlier records with Donna Summer, Blondie or David Bowie and others and say, "I wish we'd had this technology back then"?
Little Jimmy was a God-loving man, but also a lover of people and good times. He loved Coney Island and the July 4th contest where he and I could celebrate America, and then stroll post-contest to Ruby's on the boardwalk.
My feeling about interviews with artists and bands is that these are people who you are inviting into your virtual house and they should be shown respect based on their being your guests. I believe it doesn't mean you have to agree with what they say or even endorse it, but it does mean civility should be the course.
Few bands short of the Beatles inspired more kids to play the guitar and drums than KISS.
Once there, Paul and Gene continued to work just as hard to stay there. Peter and Ace pretty much bailed and permanently
You might be surprised to learn that the decision of KISS not to perform at their induction into the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame this year actually gives us an important lesson about Rock n' Roll, divorce and remarriage. Allow me to explain.
About six weeks ago, !T Books released Nothin' To Lose -- The Making of KISS, a superb oral history of the band's earliest years, written with love and respect by Ken Sharp.