|30th March 2005 Ace on Howard Stern... but not for very long|
|KISS Forever Band may hit UK again!|
|KISS Forever Band may be
hitting the UK again in October for 5 or 6 shows, more news as
dates are confirmed.
|27th March 2005 Still no news on Hyde Park|
|A lot of people have
been writing in to see if there is any more new on the Hyde Park
show that Gene mentioned on the radio a month or two ago...
Unfortunately nothing more has been said as of yet, and what
with Paul concentrating on his solo album (and, according to
other unconfirmed rumours, he may be considering another
stint in Phantom) it's uncertain as to when it might happen. No
news is good news though, right?....
As for KISS' next show, it's a private show for marines on
April 1st. See here
for more info.
|DTK Standard review|
Hey Paul, just wanna pass on my appreciation through KISSinuk.com to the wonderful boys of Dressed To Kill who played such a magnificent 2 hour set of KISS toons at Walthamstow's Standard in London last Friday night. It was hard work getting there from s.Wales, and even harder work getting back, but the time in between was amazing. With pyro, confetti bombs, multiple fire-breathing, blood-spitting and over 20 songs to pick a favourite from, Dressed To Kill were simply the best I'd seen them up until now. Happy 15th Anniversary Dressed To Kill!
Starting off with a mind-numbingly bum-bitingly exciting combination of I Stole Your Love, Deuce, and Makin' Love, the boys managed to squeeze in other classics such as 2,000 Man, Rip It Out, Love Gun, Calling Dr.Love, Shout It Out Loud, God of Thunder, I Was Made For Lovin' You, Lick It Up, Detroit Rock City, Beth, Rock And Roll All Nite and Black Diamond. But definite highlights were the far rarer Move On, Hide Your Heart, All American Man and Hooligan. They even had time to throw in Toni Basil's 'Mickey', oh and a few riffs from Exciter and Fits Like A Glove (you tease, Ash!). This gig had it all. I hadn't seen DTK since the 2003 Notts Rock City Expo when they delighted me with 'Kissin' Time'
and 'Thrills In The Night', but I plan to be in Crewe for their next show... I recommend it!
|New Canon KISS Camera|
|Check out this advert
for a new Canon camera released in Japan!
|KISS Forever Band update|
Forever Band page has now been updated with some of
their latest photos & tour dates.
|KISS tribute on Belgium TV show|
Here's a link to a KISS tribute from a famous Belgian Talkshow. The show runs from monday till friday on national television called "één" (it means "one"). The band consist of studio musicians who are the house band of the show, this one time they did a tribute to KISS :-) Please don't take it seriously , they didn't either! Especially take a look at the keyboard player! :-)
|Eric rejoins Alice Cooper??|
According to a post at SickthingsUK, drummer Eric Singer (KISS) has rejoined ALICE COOPER for the recording of his new album and upcoming tour. This now places ALICE's current band personnel at Ryan Roxie and Damon Johnson on guitar, Chuck Garric on bass and the returning Singer on drums. COOPER's new CD, tentatively titled "Dirty Diamonds", is projected for a June release and is also said to be a continuation of the "The Eyes of Alice Cooper" more organic approach with a few twists, including the title track, "Dirty Diamonds", which Alice has discribed as "an epic."
|12th March 2005 Comic Relief 2005|
had to happen one day, I've been waiting years to slap on the
grease paint.... Yesterday was Comic Relief 2005, and in order
to help make some £££ someone at work suggested we dressed up
as KISS... so of course I jumped at the chance!!!
|ESP in Germany|
ESP Project Live in Germany with cheaper Tickets from www.kissfanclub.de
For the only ESP Show in Germany on 30.April. 2005 the Tickets are cheaper now!
23 Euro in advance or 26 Euro at the door! For the ESP Show with Bruce Kulick, Eric Singer; John Corabi und Chuck Garrick (Alice Cooper) in Babenhausen (near to Frankfurt) will be some surprises for the Fans! More Information coming soon!
For more Information about the Show see www.kissfanclub.de
Tickets for the Show also on www.kissfanclub.de or E Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks a lot
harald streibl, Webmaster of www.kissfanclub.de
|8th March 2005 Tommy Vance|
|Tommy Vance, ex Radio 1
DJ and presenter of the Friday Night Rock SHow has died at the
age of 63. An obituary from the BBC can be read
|6th March 2005 KISS' first 2005 appearance|
made their first appearance of 2005 last week with a surprise
appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show. They came on to give a
signed guitar to a 10 year old fan who has just recovered from a
brain tumour, it was done entirely off their own backs and is
well worth watching.
You can check out the entire video over at the Ellen site.
|Dressed To Kill shows|
|Just a reminder of some
forthcoming Dressed To Kill shows:-
Friday March 11th - The Standard, Walthamstow. (London E17)
Friday May 27th - Limelight Club, Crewe.
Saturday May 28th - Rock Cafe 2000, Stourbridge.
Full list can be seen here.
Also they now have a brand new website over at: www.dressed-to-kill.co.uk
which contains full details for each venue, and a whole load of
other DTK info.
|Jamie Redknapp a fan??|
|Jamie Redknapp was spotted in the Daily Mirror at the weekend wearing a Dynasty T-shirt! Another UK celeb to add to the list of closet fans?? Thanks to Rob for the picture.|
|Asshole DualDisc - CD/DVD|
|A new version of Asshole
is going to get a release in Europe soon - its in a special
DualDisc format which means it's a CD one side and DVD the
other. Not sure what the DVD will have on it yet though.
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