You might love the music of Kiss, and you might even be one of the band's biggest fans. But you're probably nowhere near as passionate (or whatever you want to call it) as the person who just dropped nearly a quarter of a million dollars for a piece of Gene Simmons' used chewing gum.
Over the last four decades and counting, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of Kiss have elevated making money while making music into an art form -- and as evidenced by their latest business venture, their partnership shows no signs of slowing down.
Fox's 'X Factor' got a bit of surprise star power Wednesday night when Sophie Tweed-Simmons, daughter of Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed, auditioned for the singing competition, impressing the judges enough to be passed along to the next round.
Kiss' legendary bass player Gene Simmons catches a lot of flack for all his marketing schemes and for his extremely large ego. Of all the adjectives that the press uses to describe Simmons, one word in particular isn't used quite enough: Patriotic.
No one has ever said that Kiss' Gene Simmons doesn't speak whatever is on his mind. So it should be no surprise that the bass player with the elongated tongue had PLENTY to say during the press conference to announce their massive summer tour with fellow rockers, Motley Crue.
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