PAUL STANLEY Interviewed On 'Lopez Tonight' (Video)

May 28, 2011

KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley was a featured guest on this past Thursday night's (May 26) edition of "Lopez Tonight", comedian George Lopez's talk show on TBS. You can see the interview portion of his appearance below.

Paul is said to be a huge fan of George and performed two KISS classics "Detroit Rock City" and "Rock And Roll And Nite" on the program, with "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson on bass, Russell Peters DJing and Lopez on background vocals. That footage can be seen here.

As previously reported, Stanley and Lopez are auctioning a painting they made together. Proceeds go to the American Red Cross to benefit the tornado victims in the South and the Midwest. Click here to bid.

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