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The perfect reason why Paul Stanley won’t refuse to take a photo with a fan!
December 22nd, 2022 under KISS. [ Comments: none ]

Some celebrities refuse to take photos with their fans when they are out and about. But Paul Stanley is not one of them.

He decided to KISS and tell us why he won’t do that. “Christmas and Hanukah Shopping in Beverly Hills. Hard to be incognito, so I’m happy to take photos with fans,” he wrote. “They all make it possible for me to BE shopping in Beverly Hills!! Thank YOU too!”

And that is why we still want to Rock & Roll All Nite with them. They haven’t forgotten all the people who made them and keep them rich!

BTW If Stanley wanted to go incognito, all he had to do was put on some makeup. We would never recognize him if he did.

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Paul Stanley got COVID-19 again
December 27th, 2021 under Coronavirus, KISS. [ Comments: none ]

Back in August, Paul Stanley tested positive for a breakthrough case of COVID-19. Now, just four months later, he has it again. And this time, he is not alone.

“My Omicron face! Yup. My entire family has it. I’m tired and have sniffles. Most of my family have absolutely no symptoms” the KISS guitarist wrote. “Do as you choose. I’m so glad I’m vaccinated.”

Seriously, we all need to take this seriously now. I know more people who have COVID-19 today than at the beginning of the pandemic. And I knew people in NYC who were directly affected by patient zero’s family or lived in the hot zone.

Stop being selfish, and get the shots. It’s not only about protecting yourselves, but it’s about protecting others too.

UPDATE: Paul Stanley’s test was a false positive. “I AM NEGATIVE FOR COVID” he wrote. “If you have any doubts about your Home Covid Test results, get tested through a lab. I have had Covid and 3 shots. With my antibodies there’s little chance of me contracting it now. Thanks for all your concern.”

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Paul Stanley KISSes and tells how he has suffered for his art
December 15th, 2021 under KISS. [ Comments: none ]

Paul Stanley has been rocking and rolling all nite for over 50 years, and that has been taking a toll on his body. So much so, that yesterday he had shoulder surgery to repair some of the damage he has done to himself throughout the decades.

This wasn’t his first surgery. So how many surgeries has the 69-year-old guitarist gotten? He
wrote, “I lost count at EIGHT!! Was it worth it?!? ABSOLUTELY! Judge the value of what of you have by what you sacrificed to achieve that goal. This was a joy-filled BARGAIN.”

That is why Gd Gave Rock’n’Roll to him and KISS!

Get well soon. We need to see you work your magic with the guitar soon.

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Dave Grohl wants to rock and roll all nite
December 6th, 2021 under Foo Fighters, KISS. [ Comments: none ]

Today is the last day of Chanukah, so that means no more Hanukkah Sessions from Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin.

Does that mean it is over forever? The drummer wrote, “Greg and I would like to thank all of the people that helped ramp up the Hanukkah Sessions this year. It’s gonna be tough to beat! (But we will. Oh, we will…)”

So mark your calendars because they will be back doing the music of Jewish performers starting on December 18, 2022.

Until that date, we can Rock and Roll Nite and party every day with their version of the KISS song.

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Paul Stanley biked 25 miles, 16 days after getting COVID-19
September 8th, 2021 under Coronavirus, KISS. [ Comments: none ]

A little over two weeks ago, Paul Stanely was diagnosed with COVID-19. And it is not slowing him down in the least.

The KISS singer wrote, “SIXTEEN DAYS since my Covid symptoms. TWENTY FIVE MILES on my bike today. I’m back and NEVER would have been through it like this without being double vaxxed and proper medications.”

This is even more incredible when you realize that he is 69 years old. When I am 69, I just want to stay awake for 25 minutes in a row. I can’t even imagine wanting to do 25 miles on a bike.

I guess if you have been Rocking and Rolling all nite and partying every day as long as he has, you have the stamina to do that. Since I haven’t, I will live vicariously through him.

Anyways, I do have something in common with him. I am also double vaccinated. I hope you can say the same. It is the only way we are going to get through this.

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