Former KISS Drummer PETER CRISS Working On Album Of 'Love Songs'
Former KISS drummer Peter Criss' official web site has posted a brief interview with Criss conducted late last month. A couple of excerpts from the interview follow:
Q: So, What have you been up to lately?
Peter Criss: "I have been building my studio and working on my CD."
Q: Who are you working with on your new CD?
Peter Criss: "I'm working with Tom Perkens with Nutmeg studios, also Charles Kipps who wrote some music for Aretha Franklin and now works with Bill Cosby and Charles just won an Emmy for his work on 'Little Bill' and he also wrote the hit film 'Fat Albert'. He is co-producing. Also some friends of mine Mark (Tallman) Montague on bass and Mike (Angel) McLaughlin on lead guitar...and some other surprise guests."
Q: What kind of music will it be like?
Peter Criss: "It's a love song/ballad album. Autobiographical, meaning songs dedicated to my Mom, down to the fans. All new originals and maybe a couple of cover songs as well."
Read the entire interview at this location.
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