Original KISS Drummer PETER CRISS Attends CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARADE: Photos Available

On Wednesday, December 14, original KISS drummer Peter Criss attended the sixth annual Children's Christmas Parade in Union City, New Jersey.

"I had a great time at this event," Criss said. "It was terrific to hang out with heroes like firemen and the police, not to mention all the fans that came out for the event."

Check out pictures at this location.

Criss is currently putting the finishing touches on a new solo CD, which he hopes to release early next year. "This is the first time I've ever done it all, writing, arranging, singing, playing, editing, mixing and producing," Criss had previously said about the upcoming effort. "I feel this is the best work I've ever done. I've never worked so hard on a record. It's about life, love, and ups and downs. Real Peter Criss!"


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