KISS's STANLEY, SIMMONS Guest On CNN's 'Showbiz Tonight': Video Available

KISS members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons were interviewed for CNN's "Showbiz Tonight" to promote the group's "Rock the Nation Live!" DVD. The interview footage aired last Friday (Jan. 9) and the four-minute video can be viewed at this location. Among the notable quotes is this one from Paul: "When people come to see my house — and it's rather large— I say, 'This is the house that bad reviews built.' And so be it, but the people speak volumes." Asked what the highlight thus far of their career was, Gene answered, "We've broken attendance records held by THE BEATLES and ELVIS, and all that stuff. By the way, if it sounds like we're boasting — we're proud. This humble stuff doesn't fly. Either it's true or it's not."

(Thanks: Kiss Kollector)

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