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get the FIREHOUSE?

I scanned this old pin-up I had but a little help KISStorians: what year is this shot? 


Throwback Thursday - Kiss Debut Album

It’s 1974, a self titled album from an oddly named band hits the stores in February. Allegedly it was recorded in just 13 days. Two of the band members, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley wrote the songs on the album while in a band named Wicked Lester, a group they formed in 1971. 460 more words

Review: Ace Frehley's Space Invader Tour

I never had a chance to see Ace Frehley, the original lead guitarist of KISS, perform with the band. By the time I started attending KISS shows, Tommy Thayer was the new “Space Man.” So, when Ace announced the tour for his new solo album – Space Invader – I was ready to finally see him live. 203 more words

Michael Cavacini

Volume Is Not the Point or: Oh, For Heavens Sake (Part 1)


I don’t know if I have ever talked about my own music “career” on this blog.  I may have mentioned things that I have had going on or what have you, but I don’t think I’ve ever talked about the band that I am still technically in (because we never officially broke up). 1,328 more words

Life As We Know It

Concert review: Ace Frehley invades Greensburg

Ace Frehley’s reputation as a rock and roll wildman is well-deserved. The former lead guitarist of KISS is as heralded for his exploits away from the stage as the RnR Hall of Fame-caliber licks he delivers on it. 423 more words