KISS frontman Paul Stanley sat with Wall Street Journal's Lee Hawkins for an exclusive interview about his life and career. In the two-minute clip below, Stanley shares the origin of the famous KISS makeup.
This clip is a sneak peek from the debut WSJLive YouTube launch tomorrow, February 1.
KISS has completed recording its new album, "Monster", for a late spring release. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "It's A Long Way Down", "Back To The Stone Age", "Shout Mercy", "Out Of This World", "Wall Of Sound" and "Hell Or Hallelujah".
Stanley recently admitted that he's never surprised by how deep KISS' fan devotion continues to run worldwide. "It really for me, resoundingly once again, I guess validates for me why this band exists," he told The Pulse Of Radio. "It's not a tepid recreation of the past, it's really an ageless beast that dominates at will. It's timeless."
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