PAUL STANLEY: Date Set For His Story
The final member of the original KISS line-up will publish his autobiography.
Paul Stanley's 432-page Face the Music: A Life Exposed will hit stores on April 22nd, just 12 days after KISS is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This follows this year's release of Nothin' To Lose, a look at the band's formative years, which he collaborated on with Gene Simmons and journalist Ken Sharp.
But Stanley's tale is not the final memoir from the original line-up. Simmons is working on yet another look at his life, which he is calling Me, Inc., and Ace Frehley is working on the follow-up to his 2011 book, No Regrets, because writing it "really opened up the floodgates in me."