Original KISS Drummer PETER CRISS To Sign Autographs At 'Mad Monster Party'
Peter Criss, legendary founding drummer of KISS, will make a rare autograph-signing appearance at Mad Monster Party in Charlotte, North Carolina on March 22-24, 2013.
Mad Monster Party is a three-day monster convention with celebrity guests, horror memorabilia vendors, monster exhibits (this year features the world's biggest collection of "Jaws" original screen used props and memorabilia), the Crypt Critter exhibit with live snakes, arachnids and insects (with a rare photo op with wrestling superstar Jake "The Snake" Roberts with a live Burmese python sponsored by Cold Blooded Encounters), a vintage Midnight Spook Show, macabre magic acts and more!
For more information, visit TheMadMonsterParty.com.
Criss' memoir, "Makeup To Breakup: My Life In And Out Of Kiss", will be released on October 23 via the Simon & Schuster imprint Scribner. A press release promises, "From sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll to multiple brushes with death, 'Makeup To Breakup' will be Peter Criss' unvarnished and eye-opening life story."
An excerpt from the book's first chapter can be found at Amazon.com.
Criss wrote the 320-page hardcover book with the help of Larry "Ratso" Sloman.
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