Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer knows a thing or two about how personality conflicts can mess up a band, and as far as he's concerned, the past and present members of Kiss and Guns N' Roses need to bury their hatchets.
One of the Montgomery, New York, students who were sent home for showing up on "Senior Celebrity Day" dressed as Kiss is speaking out -- saying administrators feared that violence would erupt in school.
Four Kiss fans in Montgomery, New York say they were sent home from their high school's 'Senior Celebrity Day' yesterday for donning makeup and dressing up as the Demon, Space Ace, Starchild and Catman.
After a period dominated by squabbles over the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it's time for Kiss to unplug -- literally. They'll play a rare acoustic show a week before their controversial induction ceremonies, offering stripped-down Kiss favorites and telling stories sans makeup.
A day after former guitarist Ace Frehley revealed that the original lineup of Kiss would not be performing together at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in April, it has been announced that there won't be any version of the group playing at the event.
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