KISS Performs 'Kissin' Time' Live In California: Video Available

July 29, 2006

A low-quality video clip of KISS performing the song "Kissin' Time" on Wednesday, July 26 at the Chumash Casino in Santa Barbara County, California has been posted online at The group's setlist was as follows:

01. Detroit Rock City
02. Makin' Love
03. Watchin' You
04. King of the Night Time World
05. Deuce
06. Christine Sixteen
07. Firehouse
08. Got To Choose
09. Strutter
10. Heaven's On Fire
11. Kissin' Time
12. I Love It Loud
13. Love Gun
14. God of Thunder
15. Do You Love Me
16. Shout It Out Loud
17. Black Diamond
18. Let Me Go, Rock & Roll
19. C'mon On and Love Me


20. God Gave Rock & Roll To You
21. Rock and Roll All Night

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