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Best known for their signature face paint and outfits, this hard rock, heavy metal band was formed in New York City back in January of 1973. The original band members included Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley. The band came together after Paul and Gene ditched their original band, Wicked Lester, in hopes of forming an entirely new band to go in a different direction. Paul came up with the idea for the band’s new name, KISS.
The band has come a long way since their first performance in Queens where the members wore little makeup. Soon, the band was notorious for their masked looks and each member had a distinct character– most notably was Gene Simmons as “The Demon” and Paul Stanley as “The Starchild.” In November of 1973, the band was signed to Casablanca Records and started to record their first self-titled album soon after. While the band’s first few albums weren’t instant hits, KISS soon became known for their unique live performances. Gene Simmons certainly knew how to put on a show – from spitting “blood” to “breathing fire”, KISS shows proved not to be for the faint of heart.
It wasn’t until the mid to late 70s that KISS really rose to prominence. Their first live album, Alive!, certainly brought their fan base to life, igniting excitement for the band worldwide. After the success of Alive!, KISS released Destroyer which became the group's second gold album. Their success only continued to skyrocket from there. With fans all over the globe, KISS appealed to both young and old music fans.
KISS released two more highly successful studio albums in less than a year, including Rock and Roll Over, and Love Gun. The band also released another live album, Alive II, in October of 1977. All of these albums were certified platinum soon after being released. The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.
In September of 2018, the band announced its farewell tour, One Last Kiss: End of the Road World Tour.
KISS remains one of the most beloved rock bands in recent history. Below are some of the band’s most popular hits:
- Rock and Roll All Nite
- Detroit Rock City
- I Love It Loud
- Shout It Out Loud
- God of Thunder
- Hard Luck Woman
- I Stole Your Love
- A World Without Heroes
KISS in Concert
Seeing KISS in concert is a totally unique experience– from the member’s distinct looks to the lighting, effects, and the music itself. KISS concerts are loud, exciting, and playful. While the band went through a brief no-makeup phase in the 80s, the members now wear makeup and don their individual, signature looks. You can expect to have your ears ringing by the end of the show but it’s all in good fun to see a band as renowned as KISS perform live.
KISS Tour Dates
See below for a list of KISS tour dates and locations. For all available tickets and to find shows in your city, scroll to the listings at the top of this page.
New York, NY