Kiss (band) facts for kids
|Origin||New York City, US|
|Labels||Casablanca, Mercury, Sanctuary, Columbia, Universal Music|
|Associated acts||E.S.P., Frehley's Comet, Union, Vinnie Vincent Invasion, Wicked Lester|
|Past members||Ace Frehley
Mark St. John
Kiss is an American hard rock/heavy metal band. The band started in the 1970s. They formed in New York City on January 4th 1973. The original members are Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley. They are most famous for their stage show and songs like "Rock and Roll All Nite" (1975), "Strutter" (1974) and "Detroit Rock City" (1976).
- Paul Stanley - rhythm guitar, vocals
- Gene Simmons - bass guitar, vocals
- Tommy Thayer - lead guitar
- Eric Singer - drums, vocals
- Ace Frehley - lead guitar, vocals
- Peter Criss - drums, vocals
- Eric Carr - drums, vocals
- Vinnie Vincent - lead guitar, vocals
- Mark St. John - lead guitar, vocals
- Bruce Kulick - lead guitar, vocals
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In 2015, Kiss released a collaboration CD with another artist for the first time. The artist was Momoiro Clover Z, the most popular female idol group according to 2013 and 2015 surveys in Japan.
Kiss in Winnipeg on the Alive! Tour in 1976.
Kiss performing in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on August 29, 2012.
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