KISS SYMPHONY Pay-Per-View, DVD, CD On The Way

KISS' recent one-off collaboration with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in Melbourne, Australia, dubbed the Kiss Symphony, will be shown on pay-per-view in the U.S. and will eventually be made available on DVD, complete with behind-the-scenes and "making of" footage, according to KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley. In addition, a live album recorded at the concert is in the works. No further details are available at this time.

"The Kiss Symphony pretty much unanimously has been heralded as a ground-shaking and breaking success!" Stanley said of the seemingly unlikely collaboration. "Knowing in advance that many doubted the idea and how it would turn out, I am all the more blown away by the overwhelming response of both the fans and shockingly the critics!"


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