Thursday, April 14, 2011

VIDEO: Paul Stanley of KISS talks hearing safety on The Doctors

Paul Stanley of KISS has teamed up with the non-profit House Research Institute on a major initiative called “IT’S HOW YOU LISTEN THAT COUNTS,” to educate millions of teens around the world on preventing noise-induced hearing loss.

Born deaf in his right ear, Paul will be drawing the attention of teens in NYC and LA to hearing health issues through an after-school event called SOUND RULES! The event, free for teens, will take place at the Director’s Guilds in NYC on May 4 and Los Angeles on May 12.

Thursday, Stanley stopped by the nationally-syndicated television show The Doctors to help spread the word about the initiative.

KISS - Paul Stanley interview
The Doctors – April 14, 2011

See also:

KISS: Paul Stanley to talk hearing safety on The Doctors
KISS, Paul Rodgers & more on new Paul McCartney tribute album
KISS start work on new album
KISS: Paul Stanley to host Hearing Loss & Prevention events
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