KISS Visits U.S. Troops In Germany

KISS' official web site has been updated with the following message from guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley regarding the band's visit with U.S. troops yesterday:

"We stopped at the Spangdahlem Air Base [United States Air Force base located near the small German town of Spangdahlem, near the city of Trier] today [Thursday, June 26] on our way to the Luxembourg show to sign autographs and show our support for the men and women there. We landed at the base in our jet and then went onto the show."

KISS has scheduled a handful of U.S. performances in August. In honor of its 35th anniversary, the quartet will perform the "Kiss Alive!" album in its entirety, as well as some rarely played classics, according to a press release.

Upcoming KISS U.S. shows:

Aug. 04 - Sturgis, SD - Glencoe Camp Resort/Rock'n the Rally
Aug. 29 - Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort
Aug. 30 - Stateline, NV - Harvey's Outdoor Arena at Lake Tahoe
Aug. 31 - Kelseyville, CA - Konocti Harbor Amphitheatre


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