KISS: Weigh in on Super Bowl 48
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, who own the L.A. KISS Arena Football League team, have weighed in on Super Bowl 48, but not about the beating the Seattle Seahawks gave to the Denver Broncos.
Simmons gave his approval to Bob Dylan starring in a Chrysler commercial. "Kudos to Bob Dylan for the car commercial. Ignore losers who lead small lives say I." Dylan narrated and was seen in the ad, which used his song "Things Have Changed."
Stanley enjoyed the halftime show with Bruno Mars, calling the young singer "the real deal. Love his vibe and roots."
It was a big night for Dylan -- "I Want You" was featured in a Chobani yogurt ad.
U2 sang "Invisible" in a Bank of America spot promoting its partnership with the RED charity. The song is still available as a free download on iTunes, with Bank of America donating $1 for each download.
Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" was heard in an ad for Beats Music.
Dee Snider was featured in a Radio Shack ad with music by Loverboy.
And Paul McCartney attended the game in East Rutherford, New Jersey with his wife Nancy.