KISS To Offer 'Symphony' Concert On Pay Per View
KISS, who are currently rocking hard on the extended leg of "the most successful summer concert tour of '03" with fellow rock icons AEROSMITH, are bringing out a special offering of "KISS Symphony, Alive IV in Concert from Melbourne, Australia" on Pay Per View. As part of this special offer for $19.95, each customer that orders the Pay Per View, (premiering December 12, 2003 at 10:00 PM (EST), and available through January 2004), will receive a free copy of the double-platinum-certified "KISS Symphony - The DVD" (retail value $29.95).
As previously reported, KISS are the first and only Sanctuary Records artist to achieve this double platinum DVD status on the label. Recorded live before a sold-out crowd from Australia's Telstra Dome while on the 2003 tour, "KISS Symphony- The DVD" documents one of the world's greatest performing rock bands with the prestigious 70-piece Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the 20-piece Australian Children's Choir (arranged and conducted by the notable David Campbell). This spectacular two-hour historic concert event proved to be a memorable show highlighted by the entire Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Children's Choir and conductor appearing in full KISS makeup.
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