During a KISS concert on June 25 at the Pepsi Center in Denver it appears that Gene Simmons tinkled on stage. While KISS performed “Hide Your Heart,” and thankfully not “Lick It Up,” liquid pours down Simmons’ leg that looks a lot like someone peeing themself. Gene responded to a fan on Twitter about his leakage:
@KISS_KOLLECTOR –POURED WATER DOWN FRONT OF OUTFIT TO GET...
As a KISS fan for 37 years, I am no stranger to the deep division between the original members. I am not surprised that this has happened. I must point out that the band members, especially Gene and Paul, have much disdain for the Rock Hall.
How this LA KISS commercial laid low for so long is beyond me. Enjoy doctors Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley helping birth a football.
Gene Simmons, the face of legendary rock band KISS, has promised a free concert to everyone who buys Los Angeles Kiss season tickets. The Arena Football team will have its inaugural season this year. Check out Simmons’ offer, per his Twitter account.
Go to http://t.co/5AXyuxkzsS Season tickets $99. And KISS will give season ticket holders a free concert....
Rock legends Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley promised something different when they joined ownership of the AFL team Los Angeles KISS.
This may take the cake.
On the eve of the expansion team's season opener, the rock legends delivered one unusual commercial. Well, they deliver more than just a commercial.
See for yourself:
Finally, the Hall of Fame got it right. KISS, whether you like their music, or not, should have been in the Hall a long time ago. I don't know why it took so long, but I am glad it finally happened.
Our international fans are super excited for the Steelers Vikings game in London, and we are excited for them. There are still a lot of critics of the annual London game, and for good reason. An expansion into Europe makes less and less sense outside of some deal-with-the-devil money grab the NFL is clearly shooting for with a sport not played or even thought about over there. Well...
SHOUT IT OUT
Legendary rock band KISS has teamed up with the AFL and it has been announced that the band will be owners of an expansion arena league team based in Anaheim.
Thursday June 21st, AXSTV aired a live KISS concert from the band's current European tour. The show emanated from the Hallen Stadion in Zurich, Switzerland, and AXSTV aired it at 3pm ET (12pm PT). I advise you check your local listings for replays.