Manilow Magic in Philly

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I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to interview and spend time with countless music legends. Two of my favorites are Barry Manilow and Melissa Manchester, both of whom always treat me like family. Over the past week, I got to bring my Dads to see and meet Melissa and Barry. Both experiences were perfect. Below is a recap of our night of Manilow magic.

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KISS Rare 1975 Dressed To Kill Tour Clip: New York City

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On March 31, 1975, KISS performed the third show of its Dressed To Kill Tour at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. Below is a rare clip from this concert.

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KISS Rare Hotter Than Hell Tour Clip: Asbury Park, New Jersey

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During KISS’ Hotter Than Hell Tour in 1974, the band performed at the Sunshine Inn in Asbury Park, New Jersey on November 16. Below is a rare clip from that show. Enjoy!

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KISS Rare 1980 Palladium New York News Report

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In 1980, Eric Carr’s first show as KISS’ new drummer was at the Palladium in New York. Below is a rare news clip about that concert. Enjoy!

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KISS Rare 1974 Concert: Detroit, Michigan Palace

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Today’s rare KISS video is the band performing live on April 13, 1974 in Detroit at the Michigan Palace. You can enjoy the full video below.

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Alive ’75 Brings KISS Show To MONTCO

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As you may recall, I saw Alive ’75 back in September. Having enjoyed their terrific show in Newton, I was eager to see their Montgomery County Community College (MONTCO) concert, which took place last weekend. Unlike the Newton show, the one at MONTCO was an all-day celebration of KISS and it happened to take place on the 40th anniversary of the formation of the KISS Army.  Continue reading

Review: Ace Frehley’s Space Invader Tour

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Meeting “Space Ace” in Glenside, PA before his show at The Keswick.

I never had a chance to see Ace Frehley, the original lead guitarist of KISS, perform with the band. By the time I started attending KISS shows, Tommy Thayer was the new “Space Man.” So, when Ace announced the tour for his new solo album – Space Invader – I was ready to finally see him live.

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