Video: KISS Frontman PAUL STANLEY Sings National Anthem At San Antonio Spurs Game

Video: KISS Frontman PAUL STANLEY Sings National Anthem At San Antonio Spurs Game

KISS frontman Paul Stanley sang the "The Star-Spangled Banner" when the San Antonio Spurs hosted the Los Angeles Lakers at the AT&T Center on Friday, December 11. Video footage of his rendition can be seen below.

Stanley was in San Antonio for the grand opening of Rock & Brews, a family-friendly restaurant concept from Stanley and KISS co-founder Gene Simmons. The Rock And Roll Hall Of Famers' restaurant is located on the west side of the Plaza Level and will be open during all events at the AT&T Center. Aramark, the concessionaire at AT&T Center, will manage and operate Rock & Brews.

The energized, indoor/outdoor dining and entertainment concept will feature American comfort food and a broad selection of craft and international beers in a rock-inspired environment that includes concert lighting, a ceiling dedicated to some of the biggest names in rock history and music-themed art that pays tribute to past events at the AT&T Center.

"We spend a lot of time performing in large venues while on tour, and we are proud to be part of the AT&T Center renovations to enhance the fan experience," said Stanley. "We have performed at the AT&T Center and now look forward to rocking sports and entertainment fans with our broad selection of international and craft beers, quality American comfort food and local favorites."

The AT&T Center recently underwent a $110 million renovation project to enhance the fan experience at all levels of the arena. The all-new AT&T Center features a completely updated look and feel, highlighted by modern amenities designed to enhance the fan experience. The arena improvements include new arena seating, expanded and updated concourses, and enhancements to the arena entrances. The new look features modern decor and enhanced lighting, accentuated by splashes of color from artwork curated from artists in San Antonio and throughout Texas.

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