The following item is a www.eddietrunk.com exclusive:Here's the latest on the KISS Lane Bryant event. KISS will play in NYC for this plus size women's clothing company. The performance will be during a fashion event, while models show off the new Lane Bryant line. The event is PRIVATE and will NOT be open to the public! KISS will perform live, not lip synched. What's the lineup you ask? It is Gene and Paul, however it's unknown who the drummer is. It is suspected to once again be Eric Singer in Peter's makeup. I have also confirmed that Ace will not be a part of this. Will we finally see the rumored Tommy Thayer playing Ace scenario? Stay tuned, but who else could it be?? I suspect that since this is not really a rock event, and is just for the fashion press, nobody will know the difference or care. But KISS fans being KISS fans will. I can also tell you that the event, which is Feb 5th, will be streamed on Lane Bryant's website the next day. More details soon. I will also have an exclusive review of this event, since I will be attending it. As always, keep checking back for more from your KISS source: EddieTrunk.com!
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