KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley was interviewed on today's (Thursday, December 30) edition of the nationally televised Fox Business network program "Varney & Company". Paul discussed the phenomenal success of KISS in 2010 as well as his own personal accomplishments as an artist. Check out the segment below.
"Varney & Company", hosted by veteran business journalist Stuart Varney, addresses the latest happenings on Wall Street and the business world. Be sure to check your local listings and tune in.
In a recent interview with Celebrity Extra, Stanley stated about his artwork, "I've been doing it for quite a few years now. I started painting 10 years ago really as a way of finding another creative outlet. I'm always looking for another way to express myself, and that's how I attempted to find myself. So whether it was doing 'Phantom of the Opera' or painting or doing what I do in KISS, they're all ways for me to emote stay creative. That's who I am, that's what's in my blood."
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