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Notes from Gene: "OK kids, here's a song I don't think KISS ever played live. GOT LOVE FOR SALE, which was originally cut as a demo featuring Alex Van Halen (on drums) and Edward Van Halen (on rhythm and lead guitar) and yours truly on bass. On this day in KISSTORY - March 19, 1975, KISS released their Dressed to Kill album. This was played impromptu at Cleveland's legendary The Agora two days ago, in response to the overwhelming requests I got from our sold out audience. Dressed to Kill peaked at #32 on the US charts and was certified Gold by the RIAA on February 28, 1977.
Apparently Gene Simmons‘ family jewels are getting a bit of a workout these days.I was watching The Ed Sullivan Show and I saw them.Those skinny little boys, kind of androgynous, with long hair like girls. "C'mon and Love Me" / 7."Anything for My Baby" / 8. Tonight we're playing a concert with my band, but today was bucket loads of fun. Gene Simmons will appear at Wizard World Cleveland both today and tomorrow. "Rock and Roll All Nite" Note from Gene: Wow, are we ever having a great time in Cleveland at the Wizard World Con. The Kiss bassist’s son, Nick Simmons, has been seen in various swinging Los Angeles hot spots with model/actress Amber Rose, the estranged wife of rapper Wiz Khalifa.
Rumors started last week when Rose and Simmons were spotted eating together at Bossa Nova by TMZ after Slash‘s concert in Los Angeles. They were seen grinding on the dance floor at Playhouse at the birthday party for Rose’s manager Nick Cannon — who may or may not be separated from Mariah Carey — and were caught on-camera leaving together.
Before his musical career began, Simmons worked a variety of jobs in the city.
An "excellent typist," he served as an assistant to an editor of the fashion magazine Vogue, and also spent several months as a sixth grade instructor on the Upper West Side.
Simmons and Stanley found an ad placed by George Peter John Criscuola (known as Peter Criss) who was playing clubs in Brooklyn at the time; they joined and started out as a trio.
During this time, Criss and Simmons also appeared on an unreleased album by Captain Sanity together with members from Criss' previous band Chelsea.
She and her brother, Larry Klein, were the only members of the family to survive the Holocaust.