Paul Stanley Doesn’t See a KISS Reunion with Ace FrehleyThe two recently reconnected for Frehley's latest solo album.
Paul Stanley Calls KISS Vs. Crüe Beef 'Silly Stuff'"It's one thing to call somebody out and to have a point of view on somebody's quotes, but then to just harp on it...You have to be suspect of the motives."
Paul Stanley Apologies for Gene Simmons' Prince CommentsStanley offered an apology for his bandmate Gene Simmons who stirred up controversy by calling Prince’s death “pathetic.”
Dee Snider Asks Paul Stanley: Why do You Have to be Such a D**k?Alice Cooper, on the other hand, "Is not a d**k." Dee Snider wishes Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons would be more like him.
Listen to 45 Minutes of Paul Stanley's Stage Banter, Right Now"Great for ruining parties and torturing anyone who's trying to sleep."
A Bunch of Musicians Defended Beck After Kanye West's GRAMMY DissBut are they "real artists?"
Watch Paul Stanley Sing the Heck Out of the Folgers Theme in Lost AdThe ad was apparently shelved because focus groups weren't too keen on Stanley's role.
Interview: KISS' Paul Stanley Slams Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Patti SmithWhile taking shots at Jann Wenner, Patti Smith and others, Stanley reaffirmed his speech at the Rock Hall induction ceremony and clarifies that it was Gene Simmons, not him, who said those 'borderline racist' comments.
5 Revealing Moments From KISS Guitarist Paul Stanley's MemoirOver the weekend, HBO aired this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which included the long-awaited induction of KISS. There was a lot of speculation as to how that would go down in the weeks leading up to the event given that there was lots of sniping in the press between founding members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons (who are both still in the band) and Ace Frehley and Peter Criss (who are not).
Shocker: KISS Rock Hall Induction Surprisingly Civil"We are humbled." - Gene Simmons (really!)
Paul Stanley Compares His Ex-KISS Bandmates to Ex-Wives in CBS News Interview"They don't belong in the band, and they don't belong in a position to represent the band."
KISS Vs. Rock Critics: The Never-Ending BattleRock critic Dave Marsh has some thoughts about "the hottest band in the world."