“BEAUTY IN THE BACK SEAT,” NEW ALBUM FROM KEN SHARP, SHOWCASES CONTRIBUTIONS FROM ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAMERS JOHN OATES AND ACE FREHLEY OF KISS .
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By Chris M. Junior It started innocently enough with KISS trading cards when he was in grade school. Since then, Seether drummer John Humphrey’s collection of KISS memorabilia has grown tremendously in size and value — and it also includes …
Eddie Trunk knows stuff about hard rock and heavy metal groups that even the members don’t know, or at best, have forgotten. So what music changed Eddie’s life? Some of the answers might surprise you.
Kiss – outlandish, bombastic, amazing, and ridiculously popular – belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
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Jamie Oldaker is one of rock ’n’ roll’s great journeyman drummers, having played with Freddie King, Leon Russell, Bob Seger, Eric Clapton, Peter Frampton, and Ace Frehley, among others.
In the mid-’90s, when not a whole lot was happening with KISS, filmmaker Jim Heneghan began a study of the KISS phenomenon from a whole new perspective: that of the fans.
Ace is back, and when you get hit with the attack of his strident new record Anomaly, you’ll realize that his couple of decades away from his solo career in earnest did not constitute time wasted. Sure, Ace has been wasted more times than Def Leppard has deferred to song doctors, but now clean and sober, he’s found himself making strong stadium-rock statements sure to trade punches with those on the Kiss album arriving in October.