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Licking The Wounds

Well, this past month—not to mention year!—has been quite challenging (in a good way) and busy! I’d finally put out my anthology, Do The Dead Dream? 710 more words

To Be Human

The Catman Meets Biggest Fan!

KISS has rocked the world for over 4 decades and have fans of all ages! “The Hottest Band in The World” just recently finished up their world tour in Louisiana and there was a very special little fan in attendance. 212 more words


Movie Review: Hired Gun

Yesterday I watched a fantastic film: Hired Gun. This feature-length documentary has been screened to both critic and audience acclaim at SXSW Festival, Glastonbury Festival, MIFF, Calgary International, and Noise Pop. 568 more words

Michael Cavacini

A Conversation With Curt Gooch

Today,  KISS Alive Forever: The Complete Touring History was released as an eBook in Apple’s iBooks store. I recently spoke with one of the book’s authors, Curt Gooch, and he provided insight on creating the book, why it’s being released digitally and his KISS fandom. 1,068 more words

Michael Cavacini

I Love It Loud:Ranking The Best Kiss Albums

Kiss has always been one of my favorite bands. Along with The Beach Boys, The Bay City Rollers, and The Oak Ridge Boys, the band was an early influence on me as a fan, and even as a drummer. 1,907 more words


Classic Rock Almanac May 12, 2017


Today’s Question: Billy Squier celebrates his 67th birthday today (May 12th).

Before he was a solo artist, Squier fronted a band whose first record a reviewer in Circus Magazine called “the greatest debut album ever produced by a U.S. 453 more words


A Conversation With Gene Simmons

In addition to recently interviewing Barry Manilow and John Oates, I interviewed the God of Thunder: Gene Simmons. I’ve been a KISS fan since September 4, 1996, when I saw the band perform under the Brooklyn Bridge on MTV’s Video Music Awards. 3,786 more words

Michael Cavacini