Watch Footage Of Gene Simmons’ New Solo Act Perform For The First Time—They Sound Incredible!
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After a long wait from fans, Gene Simmons is finally set to debut his solo act! There’s no need to panic, KISS fans. KISS are not ending, they’re still together and they’re planning on big things for the future. But sometimes you just need some time to yourself, and that’s exactly what Simmons did.
The new project are set to debut at the Wizard World ComiCon, which will hit 5 cities this upcoming summer, but the band played a small corporate warm-up gig recently, and someone filmed it! the 32 minute set was filled with KISS covers like “Deuce,” Radioactive,” “Christine Sixteen” and “I Love It Loud.”
According to Gene Simmons, “I never did anything like that. When Wizard World and I agreed to do five events together, the idea of jumping up onstage and gulping it on for an hour or so came up. And I got a great bunch of guys, real rocking guys who are gonna get up with me, and we’ll play all the hits and have ourselves a good old time.”
The video was uploaded to the concertgoer’s Facebook page, and has already garnered 61,000 views. Based on what we can see and hear, it’s basically KISS without the makeup and pyrotechnics. It sounds amazing, but it’s nothing too crazy. Maybe they will make new music that doesn’t sound too similar to KISS.
Check out the video down below, and get ready to see them this summer!