Gene Simmons and the Simmons family were recently seen to be living it up via Gene’s daughter’s wedding. Sophie Simmons recently married and the entire family rejoiced as the wedding was fantastic from top to bottom. They even had a photo booth which caught a photo of all of them, with Gene putting on a messy silly face. Check it out below.
When it comes to Gene Simmons, you know that cash rules everything around him. In fact, just when you may have thought that Gene could not capitalize any further on the KISS name, well, he comes up with this.
For the low, low, price of $6,000 you can sit next to Gene Simmons at Abbey Road studios and record a song with him. That’s right, apparently if you’ve got the dough, you can purchase a seat right at the mixing board where producer George Martin sat with Gene.
On top of that, if you do get to London, you will reportedly “spend the day at Abbey Road Studios with Gene…. hear Gene share stories about his career” and “record a Kiss song with Gene Simmons and his band” in the studio.
Additionally, the site adds that “The day is about having fun with Gene Simmons and going home having a copy of you and Gene Simmons on a recorded Kiss song!” and “You will take home items from Gene’s personal Kiss collection! You will get photos and videos with Gene and he’ll sign two of your personal items!”
This will all take place at Abbey Road Studios in London on July 10, and for more information, you can visit the the event’s official website at www.genesimmonsabbeyroadstudios.com
With all that said, will KISS be coming back anytime soon? It seems like every week KISS are either announcing a reunion or announcing an end to it all.
As reported by BlabberMouth, KISS will take part in a performance and in-studio interview with “The Howard Stern Show” this Wednesday, March 1. The band is widely expected to use the appearance on the long-running program on SiriusXM satellite radio to announce details of the final concert of the “End Of The Road” tour.
KISS launched its farewell trek in January 2019 but was forced to put it on hold in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.