PETER CRISS' Ex-Wife To Guest On 'Maximum Threshold' This Weekend

Lydia Criss, the former wife of of KISS drummer Peter Criss, and Lacey Connor ("Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" runner-up and singer for the metal band NOCTURNE) will guest on the "Maximum Threshold" show on Saturday, November 17.

"Maximum Threshold" is an Internet radio show dedicated to presenting up-and-coming hard rock bands and successful bands as well as interviews, news and music reviews.

To hear the program, go to MaximumThreshold.net beginning at 8:00 p.m. EST. A live video stream will be available on the front page of the web site.

Lydia's book, "Sealed with a Kiss", traces her and Peter's history from when they first met in the mid-'60s, through their marriage and the band's rise to superstardom, to their divorce in 1979 and the years since. Lydia could have just focused on her time in and around KISS, but she told The Pulse of Radio it was important to show the context in which the band formed. "It was a really wild time in New York and, well, in America, you know?" she said. "It was the '60s, and it was Flower Power, and — what was it, 'the Summer Of Love,' and you know, that's an exciting part of my life. And it kind of... it's important to see how it builds up to why Peter is the way he was in KISS, and why I was the way I was, and, you know, even the band."

"Sealed with a Kiss" has a huge amount of rare and unpublished photos Lydia's personal archives, including many from when the band first formed.

The book is available at the official LydiaCriss.com web site, where you can also have her personalize it by signing it almost any way you can imagine.

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