KISS Special To Air On 'Radio Reality Check'

On Thursday, July 20, "Radio Reality Check" will air a special episode dedicated to the upcoming Kiss Army march in Cleveland, Ohio to help secure KISS' long overdue induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Special guests on the program will include Bob Kulick (performed and co-wrote material on KISS albums), Jan Kuehnemund (founder of '80s female hard rock band VIXEN), Ron Keel (founder of KEEL, produced by Gene Simmons), Joey Fatale (founder of MINI KISS), plus Kiss Army March planners Paul Carpenter, Kim Rolfe and Kristine Connell. Also scheduled to air during the show is a special interview with Loretta Caravello, sister of late KISS drummer Eric Carr.

"Radio Reality Check"'s KISS special will air on Thursday, July 20 between 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. PST. Listen and chat live at


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