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Gene Simmons and KISS Take the Field for AMC's 4th and Loud

Paul Stanley. Gene Simmons

They've rocked and rolled all night, and ­partied every day, but now Kiss members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are going long hoping to score a touchdown. In 2013, the classic rockers purchased (with their manager Doc ­McGhee and AFL vet owner Brett Bouchy) an Arena Football League team in Los Angeles and rebranded it LA KISS. Now Simmons sounds off on his new AMC reality series, 4th and Loud, which chronicles the struggles of a sports franchise start-up.

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It's a Girl for KISS' Paul Stanley

Paul Stanley and Erin Stanley

KISS guitarist Paul Stanley and his wife, Erin, welcomed a baby girl Tuesday, Us Weekly reports.

Emily Grace Stanley joins... read more

KISS and E1 Television Team Up for Kids' Show


"Detroit Rock City" is coming to a playdate near you.

KISS co-founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are developing a new kids' program with E1 Television, the Canadian production company announced Tuesday... read more

KISS' Paul Stanley Welcomes Baby Girl

Paul Stanley

It's a girl for KISS frontman Paul Stanley.

The rocker's wife, Erin, gave birth to a daughter named Sarah Brianna on Jan. 28. "The KISS Army has a new princess and her name is Sarah Brianna," Stanley told People. "Erin and I feel ...
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In Music News: Rockers Ozzy, Paul Stanley Ailing

Ozzy Osbourne had "a minor outpatient procedure" performed in Denver over the weekend before he took off for the next stop on his tour. What ailed him? Officially, no one's saying. But NBC affiliate KUSA-TV alleges that he underwent surgery for a blood clot after experiencing leg pain on Saturday.... Kiss lead singer Paul Stanley bailed on a weekend performance with his bandmates Friday when, during a sound check, his heart rate leapt to 190-plus beats per minute. Understandable: I mean, 190 bpm is fine for a Donna Summer show, but Kiss? Not so much. read more


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