Immersive Rock & Roll Hall of Fame exhibit opens July 1

CLEVELAND (AP) — A new interactive exhibit at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is set to open next month. reports that the "Interactive Garage" exhibit opening July 1 will enable visitors to play instruments on their own, or with friends or strangers at the museum. Visitors can get...
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CDJ Today: June 4 in Classic Rock

June 4, 2001 – Spinal Tap tours the U.S. for its “Back From the Dead Tour” and appears at New York’s Carnegie Hall with a 20-song, 90-minute performance as part of the annual Toyota Comedy Festival. June 4, 1942 – Johnny Mercer, Glenn Wallichs and Buddy DeSylva form Capitol Records. On the same day...
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Paul Stanley Reflects on Meeting w/ Dying Kiss Fan

Paul Stanley sat down for an interview with Fox News Digital , this past week. He reflected on being with certain Kiss fans during their last moments of life. Over the years, fans have asked him to be present during their final moments. “I was there to support them in any way I could. And I do...
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Rock Hall Gets Police Call for Blasting Kiss on City Streets at Night

It was a pretty surreal scene in downtown Cleveland near the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, last night. Speakers placed outside of the building usually play music during the day, but a malfunction between 1 am - 5 am caused a continues loop of songs. Tracks included Red Hot Chili Peppers and KISS...
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On This Day: Current Kiss Lineup Starts Touring

May 8th marks the first time that Kiss' current line up began their "Rock the Nation Tour." The group members of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer, and Beaverton born product, Tommy Thayer, hit the road for a memorable tour. Since then, each of the members have been staying in the spotlight...
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Paul Stanley Just Had A Feeling?

Paul Stanley had a bad feeling last Friday when it came to the super high and fast zipline herides during Love Gun. He clearly listened to his gut as it malfunctioned maybe avoiding catstrophe.
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 Rock musician Gene Simmons of the band KISS throws out the ceremonial first pitch before the game between the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 5, 2011 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

10 Rock Stars That (Mostly) Succeeded at Throwing The First Pitch

Ten rock stars that have been lucky enough to step on the pitchers mound. Now if only some were lucky enough to throw the ball across the plate!
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Gene Simmons x Mick Jagger x Bono

Gene Simmons Claims Mick Jagger and Bono Would "Drop Dead" If They Performed Like KISS

"I love them to death and respect those guys. But all they have to do is sing"
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Paul Stanley of KISS performs during their End Of The Road World Tour at The Forum

Paul Stanley's 98 Year Old Dad Attends KISS Show

He might be the world's oldest living fan
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KISS in 2015

KISS Stops Traffic on Sunset Strip Before Whisky a Go Go Gig

The band made a grand entrance to the legendary club
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