There are a few things in America you need to see before you die. The Statue of Liberty from a boat, so you can understand how this country was born. You need to see the sunset at the Pacific Ocean from a beach in California, and you need to see the sunrise in the Rocky Mountains. And you need to see a KISS concert once at least n your life.
The big ,full on, unfiltered KISS spectacle. In person, in your face. There is just no way a YouTube video or Instapic could do justice to the experience of 15,000 people singing ‘Rock N Roll All Nite’, ‘I Want You’, and ‘Love Gun’ in unison. It’s chill inducing if you’ve ever felt it it, and part of the American rock music lexicon. So fitting that in this crazy year of elections and civil unrest that Kiss are bringing their “Freedom To Rock Tour” to the masses. A two-hour vacation of rock to take us away from all of our worries. The legacy that Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have laid down speaks for itself and Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer help them soldier on in the post-reunion/make-up back on era. Captured here for Ghost Cult by Evil Robb of Evil Robb Photography, and looking at this photo set, you can practically feel yours ears ringing and see the smoke and lasers from the “Kings Of the Night Time World”.
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