KISS' STANLEY, SIMMONS To Publish Book On Group's Early Years

A new KISS book, titled "Kiss: The Early Years", is due November 26 from Three Rivers Press (an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group), and it has a list price of $24.95.

Written by singer/guitarist Paul Stanley and bassist/singer Gene Simmons, the 192-page "Kiss: The Early Years" (view cover image here) features more than 250 rarely seen photos of the duo and fellow bandmates Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, and the late Eric Carr taken by photographer Waring Abbott.

The book's 10 chapters are divided chronologically, focusing on some of the major events in the band's history:

Chapter 1 - Live in NY/NJ 1974
Chapter 2 - Makeup Center 1974
Chapter 3 - Walk To Central Park 1974
Chapter 4 - Facial At Georgette Klinger's 1974
Chapter 5 - Cadillac, Michigan 1975
Chapter 6 - Kiss Army, Terre Haute 1975
Chapter 7 - Cobo Hall, Detroit 1976
Chapter 8 - Live in Texas 1976
Chapter 9 - Video Shoot 1981
Chapter 10 - Studio 54 1982


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