KISS’ self-titled debut was released on this day (February 18) in 1974, and to say that most of America didn’t know what to make of the group is an understatement, especially when you watch this March 1974 appearance on The Mike Douglas Show.
On this day, February 19 in 1974, KISS made their national TV debut, performing 3 songs 'Nothin' to Lose', 'Firehouse' and 'Black Diamond' on ABC's In Concert. The episode aired on March 29. Get a taste of what it looked and sounded like.
In music history, it’s not uncommon for different notable moments to share the same anniversary date, but it is rare that those moments complement each other as well as the two now infamous concerts that took place four years apart on January 30th.
‘Tis the season for ugly Christmas sweaters! Of course, the holiday sweater game has changed over the years, and a lot of your favorite bands and other pop culture favorites have come out with their own version of this apparel icon. With these eight classic rock options, your Christmas will be merry, bright and cranked…
With Thanksgiving officially in the rear view, it’s officially Christmas time. Whether you have your Christmas tree up yet or not, we can’t think of a better way to rock out your tree than with some of these cool ornaments.
KISS’ Music From The Elder was released 25 years ago today (November 10) and was so poorly received that the band didn’t even tour in support of the album. Of course, this is just one of a number of flops the classic rock world has seen. Here’s some of the most notorious.