KISS Featured In New GOOGLE PLAY TV Spot

February 1, 2014

A new Google Play TV spot featuring KISS (see below) began airing Monday night and will continue to air on network and cable TV over the next two weeks.

The multi-million dollar ad campaign includes airings on Fox, NBC, CBS, TBS, AMC, Discover, USA, History, Comedy Central, Fuse, VH1 and TNT.

KISS members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons will be recognizing their former bandmates at the upcoming Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame ceremony next April at Brooklyn's Barclays Center. Among the other inductees in the 2014 class are Peter Gabriel, NIRVANA, Linda Ronstadt, Daryl Hall & John Oates, and Cat Stevens.

KISS was previously nominated in 2010, while DEEP PURPLE got their first chance in 2012. Both were seen as glaring hard rock omissions equal to that of RUSH, who were finally inducted with the class of 2013 after years of fan outcries.

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