GENE SIMMONS To Co-Host BABEFEST 2005
According to KissKollector.com, KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons will co-host Couzin Ed's Babefest 2005 on Friday, June 24 at The Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA. Playing live at Babefest will be Canadian rock trio DANKO JONES and Philadelphia's own OCTANE.
Besides being the hardest rocking man in rock 'n' roll, DANKO JONES' frontman/namesake is a big KISS fan and had a great KISS special on his radio show "The Magical World of Rock with Danko Jones" last year.
If you would like to be one of the girls featured in Couzin Ed's Babefest 2005, you will have to come down to 94 WYSP studios at 5th & Market during business hours and get photographed for their web site (voting will begin soon). And if you would like to get free tickets to Couzin Ed's Babefest you will have to listen to 94 WYSP, Philadelphia's #1 rock station.
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