Monday, January 12, 2015

VIDEO: Paul Stanley rocks KISS classics with Foo Fighters

photo: Brantley Gutierrez

Paul Stanley rocked a pair of KISS classics with the Foo Fighters as the group marked Dave Grohl’s birthday with a last-minute show at The Forum in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The Foos opened the concert with Stanley, performing “Detroit Rock City” and “Do You Love Me” from 1976's "Destroyer" with the KISS frontman.

“We ROCKED it. A night to remember!,” posted Stanley after the show.

David Lee Roth, Alice Cooper, Slash and Lemmy were among the lineup of guests for the Foos event, the proceeds from which will benefit three music industry charities.

Stanley and KISS will play a Japanses tour next month and a series of South American shows in April.

KISS were just named the No. 6 Rock News Artist of 2014 as part of the 5th annual hennemusic Rock News Awards.

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