“My opinion is, if he was in jail for a day and became somebody’s girlfriend maybe he’d knew what abuse is life, but that’s another story.”
Band will vie for the God of Thunder’s thumbs-up.
We can agree to disagree with your point, Gene, that only Nirvana measures up to the iconic artists of rock’s first three decades. Here’s a list of some others. Pay attention.
Gene Simmons: Rock is ‘Finally Dead,’ Killed by Entitled, White Middle- and Upper-Class Young People
Human headline generator Gene Simmons sat down with his son Nick Simmons to talk about the music industry’s issues.
The guard is suing Gene Simmons and company for “injuries, loss of wages and other unspecified damages.”
Simmons noted that he believes depression is “very serious” and that anything negative about it that he said was “never [his] intention.”
Nikki Sixx Calls Gene Simmons Out For His ‘Moronic’ Remarks on Depression: ‘We’ve Just Lost Robin Williams’
“There is a 20-year-old kid out there who is a Kiss fan and reads this and goes, ‘You know what? He’s right. I should just kill myself.’”
But he thinks Paul Stanley may not let that happen.
Gene Simmons Says Immigrants Should Learn English: ‘If Siri Can’t Understand You, You’re in Trouble’
Gene Simmons is the controversial headline that keeps on giving.
Simmons said he’s actually on his side — at least, in the sense that Sterling shouldn’t be faulted for what he said privately.
Gene Simmons Has No Sympathy for Drug Addicts, People with Depression: ‘I’m the Guy Who Says, ‘Jump!”
When asked if he keeps in touch with the original players of KISS he answered with a resounding “no.” “I don’t get along with anybody who’s a drug addict,” he said.
Gene Simmons Defends the 1 Percent, Claims Half of Americans Pay No Taxes: ‘Try Being Nice to Rich People’
Simmons defended his one percent-er status, saying that without his ilk, “there would be chaos.”
The Ugly Model agency’s credo: “We like our women fat and our men geeky, we like the extremely tall and the shockingly small. No one is too abstract for our books! We are Ugly!”
While taking shots at Jann Wenner, Patti Smith and others, Stanley reaffirmed his speech at the Rock Hall induction ceremony and clarifies that it was Gene Simmons, not him, who said those ‘borderline racist’ comments.
Things in the KISS world were, for one night, warm and fuzzy. “We are humbled,” said Gene Simmons.
It only took more than 40 years for “the hottest band in the land” to grace the cover of the rock institution.