Kiss: The Early Years

Three Rivers Press, 2002 - 207 páginas
In the 1970s, KISS was on top of the world, breaking attendance records at stadiums, selling millions of records, and recruiting thousands of people into the KISS Army. Almost 30 years and 80 million records later, they still have an intense following and an enduring place in rock and roll history.

Now, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have written the band's first official book for the trade, giving fans an unprecedented insider's look at their lives -- onstage and off. Longtime band photographer Waring Abbott reveals an amazingly intimate array of photos, while Gene and Paul provide a running commentary on what the band was thinking and doing throughout this wild time. KISS fans have never had such an up-close and personal look at their favorite band, and all rock-and-roll fans will be thrilled to see such an exciting band and pivotal time in rock history captured in such a visually stunning way.

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Gene Simmons was born a very poor Chaim Witz in Israel in 1949, and immigrated with his divorced mother to Brooklyn in 1958. Thrilled by comic books, The Ed Sullivan Show, and rock and roll, Simmons ultimately decided that people crave great rock and roll music and a great theatrical show. People crave excitement and escape from their everyday lives. This inspiration led Simmons to create the most enduring sound in rock music history.

Stanley Bert Eisen (born January 20, 1952), better known by his stage name Paul Stanley, is an American hard rock guitarist, musician, singer-songwriter and painter, best known for being the rhythm guitarist, co-lead vocalist and frontman of the rock band Kiss. He was born in Manhattan and attended the High School of Music & Art in New York City. He is of Jewish and German-Jewish ancestry; his mother was born in Berlin, Germany. He is the writer or co-writer of many of the band's highest-charting hits. Stanley established the "Starchild" character for his Kiss persona. He was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame in 2006. Hit Parader ranked him 18th on their list of Top 100 Metal Vocalists of All Time. Stanley's book, Face the Music: A Life Exposed, was on the New York Times bestseller nonfiction list in 2014.

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