KISS Frontman Attends '700 Sundays' Opening: Photos Available
KISS frontman Paul Stanley and his wife Erin Sutton attended the Los Angeles opening of Billy Crystal's Tony award-winning autobiographical Broadway comedy show "700 Sundays" last Thursday (Jan. 12) at the Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills. Check out photos from Wire Image: Photo#1, Photo#2.
Stanley married Sutton on November 19, 2005 at The Ritz-Carlton, Huntington in Pasadena, California. This is the second marriage for Stanley, who has an 11-year-old son, Evan Shane Stanley, with his first wife, Dallas native Pamela Bowen.
Stanley recently completed work on his first non-KISS release since his self-titled 1978 album, issued in tandem with solo projects from the other three original KISS members. Joining Stanley on his new solo album are session drummer Victor Indrizzo, guitarist Corky James, former MARILYN MANSON and current ROB ZOMBIE guitarist John 5, former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick (who plays bass on a few songs) and noted string arranger David Campbell. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Wake Up Screaming", "Second to None" and "Live to Win". A late spring release is expected.
(Thanks: Kiss Kollector)
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