Friday, February 7, 2014

KISS: Paul Stanley recording audio version of memoir

KISS frontman Paul Stanley is in the studio recording the audio version of his upcoming memoir, “Face The Music: A Life Exposed.”

Stanley posted a photo from the session on Friday, writing, “Recording spoken word version of my autobiography Face The Music. 180 pages done and 230 left to go!”

Due April 8, “Face The Music: A Life Exposed” is a 432-page memoir that chronicles Stanley’s life and rise to global success with KISS, which he co-founded in January of 1973 with bassist Gene Simmons from the ashes of the pair’s previous band, Wicked Lester.

The book will feature rare photographs and candid memories about Stanley’s wild life with KISS.

“Face The Music: A Life Exposed” can be pre-ordered via the Amazon link below.

Stanley is launching a book-signing tour to promote the memoir – check out a list of dates here.

Two days after the book is published, KISS will be inducted into the 2014 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame at a ceremony in New York, along with Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oates, Cat Stevens and Linda Ronstadt.

See also:

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