KISS Army Guitar Lighter Now Available
KISS' official web site, KissOnline.com, has posted a picture (see below) of a production sample of the Kiss Army Guitar Lighter from KISS licensee C&D Visionary. You can strum the strings and the lights light up when the lighter is used!
Southside Steve of Atlanta, Georgia's Rock 100.5 FM conducted an interview with KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley on September 22, 2008 prior to Stanley's Atlanta-area Wentworth Gallery art exhibitions, which were held that weekend. Watch the three-minute chat below.
A new interview with Stanley which aired on "Elliot in the Morning", a morning radio talk show hosted by DJ Elliot Segal, can be downloaded as an MP3 audio file at this location. During the interview, Paul mentions that he has begun doing metal sculptures and confirms that KISS will continue the Alive/35 Tour in the U.S. in the summer of 2009. He also discusses "Jigoku-Retsuden", the recently released (in Japan) KISS greatest-hits CD featuring all-new recordings of 15 KISS classics.
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