KISS: Set List For U.S. Tour Opener Revealed
KISS kicked off their "Rock The Nation Tour" with POISON last night (June 10) at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in San Antonio, Texas. The group's complete set list for the show was as follows:
01. Love Gun
03. Makin' Love
04. Dr. Love
05. C'mon On And Love Me
06. Cold Gin
07. Got To Choose
08. War Machine (Gene breathes fire)
09. Lick It Up
11. She (Tommy guitar solo)
12. I Want You
13. I Love It Loud
14. 100,000 Years
15. Unholy (bass solo, blood, Gene flies)
16. Shout It Out Loud
17. I Was Made For Lovin' You (Paul flies)
18. Detroit Rock City
19. God Gave Rock And Roll To You II
20. Rock And Roll All Night
According to KISS frontman Paul Stanley, fans get their money's worth when they come see the band perform in concert.
"People know when they pay to see KISS they're going to get something to see," Stanley recently told the San Antonio Express-News. "When KISS first came on the scene, I think we were a wake-up call to audiences that they were getting cheated. The idea of us coming out and sitting on stools on a Persian carpet or something isn't gonna happen. KISS remains KISS. It's walls of amplifiers, video screens built into the amps."
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