The band Kiss – which played Sprint Center late last week – is notorious for its merchandising prowess. However its so-called Kiss Kaskets – actual coffins decorated with the Kiss logo and likenesses of band members – never really took off. They were even marketed as giant beer coolers.
But after last week’s concert, the band may want to consider crawling into them. Permanently.
“It was a terrible conceert, they shouldn’t tour anymore,” says lifelong Kiss fan Andy Lewellen. “Paul Stanley can’t sing anymore; Gene Simmons was good but I think Paul Stanley’s their weak link now.”
With the two other key Kissers gone – Ace Frehley and Peter Criss – the band is batting one for four.
“The imposter guitar player completely screwed up when he tried to copy Ace Frehley’s guitar solo,” says Kiss