Kiss is back on stage: WATCH their entire five-song set from the Tribeca Film Festival.
Following a showing of their new four-hour documentary, KISS returned to live performance with an epic five-song set at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival.
Kiss performed a live five-song set at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival, despite the epidemic delaying their farewell concert tour. After a screening of the band’s impending four-hour documentary, Biography: KISStory, the special event took place on Friday. Kiss performed songs like War Machine, Detroit Rock City, and Rock and Roll All Nite at the special show.
“We couldn’t pass up this opportunity,” Paul Stanley declared from the stage at the commencement.
“We have to open up New York because we’re from New York, so this is our way of saying welcome back to everyone.”
“We don’t have a permit to make a long show,” the 69-year-old added before ending with Rock and Roll All Nite.
“As a result, this is a bit of a brevity. It’s like a taste test before the big entrée in August [when we return on tour].”
KISStory will air on the A&E network in the United States on June 27 and 28, while a UK air date has yet to be announced.
“After 50 years of rocking and rolling all night and partying all day, the #1 Gold Record selling band of all time, KISS, tells their narrative of success before finally breaking their last guitar and extinguishing the fire-breathing demon,” according to the synopsis for the two-part documentary.
“Through the Biography lens, we are able to give fans a backstage pass to a two-night event that respects the heritage of the rock superstars behind KISS,” according to A&E. This documentary event is a remarkable tribute to a one-of-a-kind band and the devoted Kiss Army following who have adored them for decades.”
Shout It Out Loud, a Netflix film biography about the band, will be released in 2023, when it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Joachim Rnning, who directed Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge, will direct the Kiss biography.
The film will be produced by both Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons.
The film will follow the founding members of Kiss from their days as two misfit youths from Queens who formed a band with guitarist Ace Frehley and drummer Peter Criss.
Meanwhile, Paul acknowledged in a new interview that Kiss’ time is up with their End of the. “Brinkwire Summary News”.