Japanese KISS Fan Expo To Be Held This Month

The fourth Japanese KISS Fan Expo will take place on Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23 at Takadanobaba Club Phase in Tokyo. Special guests are Bob Kulick, Nate Morton (Paul Stanley solo band), Michael Norton (Mark St. John's brother) and Fran Stuart (Paul Stanley's tech). The guys will be available for photos and autographs and will also perform KISS and Paul Stanley songs live. Earlier in the day there will be a tribute to Mark St. John which includes a question-and-answer session with Michael. Nate and Fran will hold their own question-and-answer session speaking about working with Paul. Japanese KISS tribute bands KISS DOLLS and KIKU HOLE will also perform.

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