Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley working on KISS memoir

August 3rd, 2011 - 7:57 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

Washington, Aug 3 (THAINDIAN NEWS) The history of the legendary band KISS is being worked on and it is expected to be released in the Summer of next year. The project is a collaboration involving the band’s founders and rock band journalist Ken Sharp. Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons will provide the oral history of the band in the memoir.

The project will be published by the publishing house IT Books. The editor of the publishing house Denise Oswald in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter stated that, “KISS is one of the most beloved and influential hard rock bands of the last forty years. What is particularly fascinating about this project is about how the band got off the ground, how they came up with the concept of who they were that so defined them and captured the love and imagination of all of their fans.”

The new memoir is entitled Nothing to Lose. The book will talk about the band’s formation in 1973 and other major feats that the band achieved over the years. The memoir will be different from the one which will be released by the band’s former drummer Peter Criss. That memoir will also be released in summer 2012.

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