KISS Is Streaming Rare Audio To Promote Vintage Album Release
KISS is currently streaming audio from a rare performance from nearly 40 years ago. It marks the latest preview of the upcoming release, KISS – Off The Soundboard: Poughkeepsie, New York.
At the time, the band consisted of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Carr, and guitarist Mark St. John and was recorded in November 1984 at the Mid-Hudson Arena as part of the band’s Animalize World Tour.
Due April 7, the full album of 18 songs will include “Detroit Rock City,” “Love Gun,” and “Rock And Roll all Nite”
Kiss – Off The Soundboard will be available beginning on April 7th in multiple formats, including CD, digital streaming packages, and a limited edition 2LP set. It will be available exclusively through the official KISS online store.
KISS is scheduled to resume their End Of The Road farewell tour with a series of concerts in South America that will begin in Manaus, Brazil on April 12.
- KISS is currently streaming audio from a rare performance from nearly 40 years ago.
- It marks the latest preview of the April 7th release of KISS – Off The Soundboard: Poughkeepsie, New York.