ERIC SINGER, JOHN CORABI Perform At 'Indianapolis KISS Fan Expo'; Video Available

Video footage of KISS drummer Eric Singer singing the band's classic song "Beth" while backed by John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, UNION, SCREAM) on guitar at the 2011 Indianapolis KISS Fan Expo, which took place this past Saturday, March 19 at the Indianapolis Marriott East Hotel in Indianapolis, Indiana can be viewed below. Also available is clip of Corabi performing a solo acoustic version of the KISS song "Hard Luck Woman".

The 2011 Indianapolis KISS Fan Expo also featured an appearance by 7-year-old drumming sensation Logan Robot Gladden (seen on In addition, Boogie Street guitars showed some of its custom Paul Stanley Washburn guitars and KISS Pick World unveiled some new products for 2011.


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