Today In Music History: 08/11/17Today in Music History we have a couple of births, a death, some #1's and some stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame being awarded!
Today In Music History: 08/09/17The Bee Gee's hit #1 on the singles chart and AC/DC hits #1 on the album chart. The original members of KISS get back together for an "Unplugged" session and Marc Cohn survives a shot to the head, Today in Music History.
Gene Simmons will Not Sue Cow for Stealing His Look and Name"That's a beautiful little baby! Please use this opp. to educate folks re: the cruelty that exists 4 some farm animals, glad this one's safe!"
20 Rock Legends, 0 #1 SinglesWhich one surprises you the most?
Today In Music History: 07/18/17Billy Joel grabs a host of legends for the last concert at Shea Stadium, Prince gets his 2nd #1 with "Let's Go Crazy," and Bruce Springsteen headlines a tour with Bob Marley as his opening act.
Today In Music History: 07/03/17The Beatles record "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da," We lose Jim Morrison and Brian Jones and KISS give us MONSTER.
Kiss' Peter Criss Retires From TouringThe 71-year-old drummer said he wanted to say goodbye to the road on his own terms.
21 Surprising Celebrities "Real Names"Ever wonder what some of the celebrities we see on TV and in the movies, and hear sing on our radio's real names are. Here are 20 that you may find surprising.
Today In Music History: 05/17/17Barry Manilow and ZZ Top do cameos on T.V. Tom Petty's house in L.A. burns down and we lose the greatest disco diva ever...Today In Music History.
Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley Open Second Central Florida RestaurantGene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS fame have expanded their portfolio of late to restaurants. On Monday, April 24, 2017, they open their second "Rock & Brews" in the Central Florida area, for a total of 20 across the country. They also plan to open a third within a year as they approach a total of 30 system wide. I also asked about touring, and what their plans are for the rest of the year!
Today In Music History: 01/30/17The Four Tops perform on the Ed Sullivan Show, The Beatles perform on top of their own building and KISS performs for the first time together in Queens...Today In Music History.
Ozzy Osbourne, KISS, Korn to Headline Chicago Open Air FestivalThe festival also features Rob Zombie, Slayer, Megadeth and Godsmack.