PAUL STANLEY: New KISS Album 'As Good As' Band's Classic Records

KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley was interviewed this morning (Friday, May 1) on "The Danny Bonaduce Show" on the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania radio station 94 WYSP. Topics included his upcoming art gallery appearances in Pennsylvania, the early favorable results for Canadian cities on the upcoming KISS fan-routed tour, and the recent successful South American tour. The new album was also a brief topic of conversation, with Paul saying the band is currently finishing the album for a September release, and describing it "as good [as], if not better than, some of the vintage" KISS material.

The interview is now available for download as an MP3 audio file at this location (17 MB).

KISS' upcoming U.S. and Canadian tour will be the world's first to put fans in charge of where their favorite artist plays. By partnering with Eventful, the leading social media company for events, fans will "Demand" where KISS will perform on their latest trek across the top-voted North American markets beginning this September. No matter where the fans say — from stadiums to cornfields — if there are enough votes, KISS will be there! And in order to keep the competition fair for smaller cities, final site selection will weigh population size versus total votes. Fans across the U.S. and Canada can cast their votes at www.eventful.com/KISS to have their town included on the KISS 2009 North American tour. Fans are able to vote, and check the tally of what cities are in the lead, 24/7 across the Web at the previous sites; as well as on KISS' MySpace and Facebook, Ticketmaster's KISS page, VH1Classic.com, and many more.

(Thanks: KISSFaq.com)

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