This fall, original KISS drummer Peter Criss will release his autobiography, "Makeup To Breakup."
Due October 23, publisher Scribner says, “from sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll to multiple brushes with death, 'Makeup to Breakup' will be Peter Criss' unvarnished and eye-opening life story."
"I am so blessed that I am finally going to write my autobiography, and I hope you enjoy the ride," Criss said in the release. "The best of all is I get to share my true feelings of my love for God, family, friends and fame. It's been a wonderful life."
In addition to playing drums in KISS, Criss provided some of the vocals. In fact, he wrote and sang the band's biggest hit, the ballad "Beth."
The cover of “Makeup To Breakup” has been revealed…
KISS – Beth
Capital Centre - Largo, MD – December 20, 1977
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