KISS: The Freedom to Rock Tour

If you want to Rock ‘n’ Roll All Nite, this once-in-a-lifetime Kiss prize package might be your Reason to Live!

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SiriusXM Editor
August 19, 2016

In 2012, KISS released their twentieth studio album, Monster. That’s right. The legendary rock band has released TWENTY (20) albums and they still want to rock ‘n’ roll all night and party every day. But all good things must come to an end, and rumor has it that their current Freedom to Rock Tour might be their last.

We’re not buying it, though. Back in 2000, the band embarked on their “official” Farewell Tour and suggested that the band would dismantle when the tour ended in 2001. It wasn’t long until the band said hello again and hit the road with Aerosmith in 2003. (They’re not the only band to say farewell only to appear on tour again. Fellow rockers the Rolling Stones, Ozzy Osbourne, Nine Inch Nails and more have returned to the road after claiming they hated the tedium of tour life.)

If you, too, want to Rock ‘n’ Roll All Nite, this once-in-a-lifetime Kiss prize package might be your Reason to Live. Watch Gene Simmons explain exactly how amazing the prize is.

If that’s not enough to tempt you to enter, here are a few highlights from Kiss’ Town Hall event at SiriusXM studios when they were releasing Monster.

Paul Stanley on their first rock anthem, Rock n Roll All nite: “We knew there was magic there.”

Gene Simmons: “Kiss is revitalized, reborn, reenergized.”

Tommy Thayer: “Monster is very cohesive; it’s a strong, bold statement.”

Gene Simmons challenges any band to “Rock Wrestle Mania” with Kiss

Hear Kiss on Ozzy’s Boneyard (Ch. 38) and Hair Nation (Ch. 39) on SiriusXM.

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