KISS Announce New York City In-Store

KISSPaul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, Tommy Thayer — will be doing a in-store in New York City on Wednesday, July 23 in conjunction with the Grand Opening of Best Buy's new 86th street store.

KISS will be appearing in full makeup and will be taking photographs with the fans. Pre-signed CDs will be available for sale. Fans will not be required to buy the CD to get a picture taken — they simply have to show up and be willing to stand in a long line!

Fans can start lining up at 8:00 a.m. for the in-store.

KISS will release "Kiss Symphony: Alive IV" on July 22 through Sanctuary Records. The live album was recorded in February at the Telstra Dome in Melbourne, Australia, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, and the Australian Children's Choir. A DVD of the show will come out later this year.

KISS and AEROSMITH begin a coheadlining tour in Hartford, Connecticut, on August 2. SALIVA and the PORCH GHOULS are the opening acts for the shows.


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