The former KISS guitarist expresses his support for Trump while saying he doesn’t like to talk politics.
The fouding KISS guitarist’s second covers album is out on September 18th.
The second covers album from the founding KISS guitarist is out September 18th.
They also talk landing Ace Frehley as lead guitarist on one of their new record’s tracks.
The guitarist responds to Simmons’ claim that he was fired three times from KISS.
KISS’ Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons weigh in whether they’d welcome back the band’s former members.
The former KISS guitarist weighs in on President Trump, despite saying he doesn’t like talking politics.
Original guitarist joins band for an acoustic set on the Kiss Kruise.
Fans are not likely to get a final KISS album to go along with the band’s upcoming farewell tour.
Proof that no band — not even KISS — is too big to fail and that nothing lasts forever.
The metal icon will be joined by special guest Ace Frehley on select dates.
The KISS founders seem to collaborating on new music together, too.