Kingston, Ontario, Canada's The Whig Standard reports: If Gene Simmons comes to Kingston, Mayor Harvey Rosen said he knows just what he'll do."I'll make for him my incomparable salmon souffle, which is light as a cloud, melts in your mouth, tastes like heaven," Rosen said. Rosen said he's not a member of the KISS Army, but he does like Gene Simmons. "I don't know them that well, but I have seen 'Gene Simmons Family Jewels'," he said. "I think he's a riot. I think we'd get along." Kingston is still in fourth place in an Internet contest where fans can "demand" the iconic 1970s rock band play in their city. Still holding onto the top spot is Winnipeg, followed by Oshawa and Sault Ste. Marie. A total of 8,134 "demands" have been cast so far. Rosen said he and Simmons have a lot in common that nobody knows about. "And no one will ever know about," Rosen joked. Read the entire article from The Whig Standard.
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