An eight-minute video interview with guitarist Rafael Moreira from KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley's solo band has been posted online. Watch the clip below. The interview was conducted right after the soundcheck at Stanley's solo gig at Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide, Australia on April 26, 2007.
As previously reported, a clip from "Live to Dream!" — which is described as an insider's glimpse into the creative process of Paul Stanley and his upcoming concert film/DVD, titled "Live to Win Live" — is available for viewing at FilmFoetus.com.
Director D.P Carlson describes Live to Dream!' as, "an insider's glimpse' into Paul Stanley's creativity, and personal journey from his first solo album in 1978, to his latest 'Live To Win' release and tour. The film also captures the emotional and creative process of how producer/director Louis Antonelli's concert film, 'Paul Stanley – Live to Win Live!' came to be."
"Paul Stanley - Live to Dream!" features interviews with Paul Stanley, Louis Antonelli, manager Doc McGhee, band members Jimmy McGorman, Rafael Moreira, and Nate Morton, as well as personal insights from fans attending the Chicago concert and filming.
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