KISS To Offer 'Instant' Concert Recordings On Upcoming Tour

KISS have teamed up with Instant Live to offer high-quality CDs of every show on their "Rock The Nation" tour. KISS are heading out on the road with a new show, new stage, and set lists featuring rarely heard gems from the entire KISS catalog. Now you can have a chance to witness the spectacle that over 78 million fans have already experienced, but this time you get to take a piece of history home.

Instant Live, owned by radio and concert promotion behemoth Clear Channel Communications, can reportedly print off dozens of discs — selling for around $15 either at the venue or later — in response to orders from concertgoers. Launched in February of 2003 in Boston, Instant Live will be expanding to cities across the country by year’s end. An added feature will give fans the ability to pre-order Instant Live CDs when purchasing concert tickets.

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