Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley of KISS to Reunite OnstageThe moment will happen at The Children Matter Benefit Concert in St. Paul, MN, with proceeds slated for victims of Hurricane Harvey.
KISS' Gene Simmons Will Deliver 'The Vault' to Your House for $50,000Simmons wants all of your money, and will go to great lengths to get it.
Gene Simmons will Not Sue Cow for Stealing His Look and Name"That's a beautiful little baby! Please use this opp. to educate folks re: the cruelty that exists 4 some farm animals, glad this one's safe!" 
Kiss' Gene Simmons Withdraws Trademark Application for 'Devil Horns' GestureMany musicians spoke out against the patent request, including Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx and Coven's Esther "Jinx" Dawson.
Gene Simmons Wants to Trademark 'Devil Horns' Hand GestureThe Kiss frontman claims he first made the gesture popular during the band's Hotter Than Hell tour in 1974.
Gene Simmons Pays Tribute to Chuck Berry at Public Memorial ServiceBerry was in an open casket with his cherry-red Gibson ES-335 electric guitar bolted to the inside of the coffin.
Gene Simmons Blames 'Big Mouth' for Calling Prince's Death 'Pathetic'"I just got such s--- from my family for my big mouth again. I apologize."
Gene Simmons on Prince: 'How Pathetic That He Killed Himself'It's the latest in a series of incendiary comments from the outspoken artist.
Get Your Fingers Ready: Here Comes a New Kiss Pinball MachineIt's 2015 and this is still happening!
Gene Simmons is Making a Horror Movie with the WWEBetween his tongue and his take on America, Gene Simmons has been giving us nightmares for year. So, maybe it's not so much of a stretch to hear he's getting into the horror movie business.
Gene Simmons Tells Jeffrey Hazelett: 'Lack of Money is the Root of All Evil!'Gene likes corporations. And Taylor Swift. Hippies? Not so much.
Visualizing the Change in Popular Music: Is Rock & Roll on the Decline?There’s no doubt about it. People every day are talking about rock music “dying out” and electronic and pop music taking over. Perhaps we can agree with that statement, as the music that seems most popular nowadays is often not coming from the rock & roll genre, but rather from the electronic, pop, and hip-hop songs featured on Top 40 mediums. But, just to be sure, let’s see what science says about the matter.

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