GENE SIMMONS: 'Don't Listen To Your Girlfriends, Size Does Matter'
Australia's News.com.au reports that KISS have reassured fans their Grand Prix show will be a full concert. The longtime rockers will play for two hours on Sunday once the race has ended.
"There's all this incredible horsepower, incredible noise and speed — and then there'll also be the car race," Paul Stanley says.
"We will bring loudness to a new level. You're going to shiver and quiver in all the places that count. This is bigger than ever.''
"Don't listen to your girlfriends," Gene Simmons adds. "Size does matter."
The band launch their Kiss Alive 35 world tour in Melbourne, celebrating the band's formation in 1973. The setlist borrows heavily from their classic 1975 album "Alive!"
Read more at News.com.au.
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