PETER CRISS' Ex-Wife To Release Book Next Year
According to Kiss Kollector Online, Lydia Criss — ex-wife of original KISS drummer Peter Criss — is planning on releasing her autobiography in the first quarter of next year. Titled "Sealed With A Kiss" the book will focus on her years with Peter Criss and KISS.
Peter and Lydia met in 1966 and married a few years later. Lydia became Peter's support system while he was struggling to make it as drummer in bar bands and later on in KISS. When KISS made it big in the early Seventies, Lydia became a rock-star housewife. After Peter and Lydia divorced in 1978 she took on a professional career as a photographer. Over the years she has seen her photos appear in magazines, books, CDs, calendars, trading cards, etc. She photographed artists such as U2, AEROSMITH, QUEEN, THE BEATLES, ROLLING STONES, THE CARS, MICHAEL JACKSON and NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK. In 1998, Lydia Criss signed with a publisher to write her memoirs. Meanwhile, she finished the transcript and has selected 1,500 photos and items to be included in her book.
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