GENE SIMMONS Gets Behind The Drum Kit At NAMM: Video Available

Exclusive photos of KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons and his son Nicholas making an appearance at the NAMM convention (National Association of Music Merchants) on Saturday, January 21 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California have been posted online at Kiss Kollector Online. Also available are two video clips of Gene playing drums, plus Gene jamming with his son at the Pearl sound booth. At the end of the first clip, someone can be heard saying, "You're better than Peter [Criss]!"

In other news, Simmons taped an appearance on adult film star Jenna Jameson's Playboy TV show earlier in the week, according to a posting on his web site. "[I] was a judge to determine who the next 'Jenna' was going to be," Gene writes. "Jenna was, as always, charming, funny and beautiful. We also brought along our 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels' cameras [Gene's upcoming A&E TV show], so you can see all the action when we go on the air early summer."


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