The KISS singer-bassist says, “I don’t want to cry the Beverly Hills blues, but enough is enough.”
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.
Featuring cues, dialogue, and tracks by Alice Cooper, Kiss, Iggy Pop, and much, much more.
Other targets included Mavis Staples, Kelly Clarkson, Aerosmith, Pat Benatar, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
KISS’ “End of the Road” farewell tour resumes next summer.
Many bands who were slated to play the canceled 2020 fest will return, with some significant exceptions.
The second covers album from the founding KISS guitarist is out September 18th.
The virtual festival will be streaming June 12-14th via YouTube and social media platforms.
Gary Underdown is a lifelong KISS fan who has a postal route on the UK’s Isle of Sheppey.
Because of the COVID-19 crisis.
The KISS legend also says that generations before us had it much worse.