According to a posting at KissOnline.com, over 500 fans spent a full day celebrating all things KISS at yesterday's (Saturday, March 17) KISS Expo in Helmond, Holland. The fans were treated to a full concert by the ERIC SINGER PROJECT — KISS drummer Eric Singer's just-for-fun band that also features Bruce Kulick, John Corabi and Chuck Garric. The group performs classic songs by their favorite artists, and in Helmond, they performed songs by ALICE COOPER, LED ZEPPELIN, BLACK SABBATH and of course, KISS! Earlier in the day the fans watched the band soundcheck, shopped for KISS collectibles and met with Eric and Bruce during their meet-and-greet. Eric and Bruce also held a lively question-and-answer session with the fans.Check out pictures from the KISS Expo in Helmond, Holland at this location. ERIC SINGER PROJECT recently released the "Live in Japan" CD. A DVD set filmed in Sydney, Australia, entitled "Live at the Marquee", will be available soon.
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