KISS Rare 1974 Bandit Makeup Concert Footage

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On January 26, 1974, KISS performed at the Academy of Music in New York City. At this show, Paul Stanley wore his short-lived bandit makeup. Below is rare footage from this concert.

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KISS Rare 1976 Anaheim Concert

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On August 20, 1976, KISS performed in Anaheim, California. Below is a rare video of this concert. Enjoy!

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KISS Rare 1974 Asbury Park Concert Clip

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On June 17, 1974, KISS performed in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Below is a rare clip from this concert.

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KISS Rare 1992 Revenge Tour Pro-Shot Concert

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On October 18, 1992, KISS performed a show in Largo, Maryland as part of the band’s Revenge Tour. Below is a rare pro-shot video of this concert.

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KISS: Rare Asylum Pro-Shot Concert

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For years, KISS fans have asked if a pro-shot video from the band’s Asylum Tour existed. Well, it does and you can watch it below.

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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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Heart’s Ann Wilson Releases New Solo EP

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Ann Wilson, of Heart, has released her second solo EP, The Ann Wilson Thing! #2 – Focus, on Rounder Records. Featured tracks on the EP include live recordings of Jimi Hendrix’ “Manic Depression” and Peter Gabriel’s “Don’t Give Up”, as well as two Wilson-penned tracks, the folk-inspired “Fightin fer Life” and the bluesy “Anguish.” Guitarist Craig Bartok co-wrote both of these original songs with Wilson.

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Four By Fate’s Relentless Debut

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Four By Fate, the killer new hard rock band started by Tod Howarth and John Regan of Frehley’s Comet, is releasing its debut album, Relentless, on June 3. Howarth and Regan are steeped in rock and roll history. These two rock veterans have worked with some of the biggest names in the business over the past 30 years, including Ace Frehley, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Cheap Trick, John Waite, Billy Idol, and Davide Lee Roth, just to name a few. The group is rounded out by Patrick James Gasperini (Pound, Flywheel) and former Skid Row drummer Rob Affuso. Other contributors include Stet Howland (drummer for WASP), Sean Kelly (guitarist for Helix and Nelly Furtado) and celebrated Twisted Sister drummer AJ Pero, who recorded six tracks on the album before his untimely passing in 2015. The drum tracks that Pero recorded for Relentless are thought to be his last recordings.

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Blue Sky Riders Announce New Album Docuseries

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Photo Credit: Joe Newberry.

The Blue Sky Riders, a wonderful country-rock group with Kenny Loggins at the helm, just announced a new docuseries, All Access Passproviding fans with an inside look at the creative process behind their upcoming album, Why Not, which is officially coming out in 2016.

Stay tuned because when Why Not is release in 2016, I’m going to interview Kenny Loggins, Georgia Middleman and Gary Burr. In the meantime, the full press release announcing the details of the Blue Sky Riders’ All Access Pass is below, as well as the band’s latest tour dates and a video.

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The Soundtrack Of Summer Tour

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While summer doesn’t officially start until June 21, the rock concert touring season kicked off on May 14 when Foreigner, Styx and Don Felder embarked on what’s being billed as “The Soundtrack of Summer” tour. I don’t know about you, but I love the music of Foreigner, Styx and the Eagles, so I’m looking forward to when this hits-filled show comes to my neck of the woods.

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