KISS: Historic KEN KELLY Tribute CD Painting Unveiled In Oslo
KISS Army Norway and Voices Music Entertainment have unveiled the Ken Kelly painting that will become the cover for the upcoming Norwegian KISS tribute CD (Kelly had previously painted the classic "Destroyer" and "Love Gun" covers). Members of the Norwegian press and select fans were present at Sentrum Scene in Oslo, where the event took place. Check out the artwork at KissArmyNorway.com.
Executive producer Stig Karlsen claims that the album will bring tribute CDs to a new level both musically and visually. The album consist of chart-topping and award-winning bands from Norway, including the million-selling ESPEN LIND, and "World Idol" winner Kurt Nilsen, who beat U.S. platinum artist Kelly Clarkson in last year's final. Billboard U.S. Top 100 artists STAGE DOLLS and members of TNT (Ronni Le Tekro and Tony Harnell) are also featured on the album. Norwegian superstars WIG WAM contribute a version of "I Was Made for Loving You", featuring a special guest appearance by former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick. Gene Simmons' Norwegian favorites SHIRLEYS TEMPLE, the band behind the Simmons "solo" song "Asshole", appear on the album with a version of the KISS classic "God of Thunder".
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