GENE SIMMONS: More Details Revealed About 'Rock School' Reality TV Show is reporting that KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons will teach kids how to rock as part of a reality TV show to be filmed in England.

Students at Christ's Hospital in Horsham, West Sussex are to get the shock of their lives when their normal music master is replaced by Simmons.

In the series, the class will be turned into a band.

Channel 4 chief Andrew Newman is thrilled to have signed the U.S. rock legend and said: "The culture clash will be hilarious."

Simmons, 55, a primary school teacher before he formed New York-based KISS in 1972, once said: "Anyone who tells you they got into rock 'n' roll other than for girls, fame and money is full of shit."

He claims to have slept with 4,600 women.

"Rock School" will be screened next year on a new Friday night line-up.


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