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I started listening to you heavily when I was in 4th grade and yes had all the KISS posters all over my bedroom walls. Your playing style, your stage presence, your overall image, you had it all. In any event, I went on to start playing in Hollywood clubs on the Sunset Strip when I was about 16 years old. They always snuck me in the back with roadies because I was too young to be in the clubs at the time.I played all the clubs in Hollywood while living in Orange County CA (Tustin). Interestingly enough, I met Gene and talked with him a while around the time I was touring in 1988 / 1989. Said we had a lot of potential and he liked what we were doing. I never gave up drumming though as its part of me and always was since age of 4 when I got my first drum set.
I can’t thank you enough Peter for your hard work and the positive impact it had on my life. I took my wife to see you when you guys reunited in the 2000's and what KISS is right now, isn't KISS. Sincerely, Will Just read your book and enjoyed it very much. Over the years I've been a fan many different genres of music, but the one constant as been early KISS, ever since I bought a copy of alive 2 nearly 40 years ago. I have to admit, "Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park" scared the hell out of me as a kid - I woke up seeing Gene's face in the trees outside my bedroom haha!I was a young boy living with a single Mom that had nothing but a dream to hold on to and that was to someday be a rock star. And to be honest, no matter how old you get, I think that dream still burns on in our hearts in some fashion… All the very best to you, Rikk10/30/2016 Subject: Hi Just wanted to say, I was born in '73 and my sister connected me with KISS through "Columbia House Records" where you would supposedly pay "a penny" for a record which was total bullshit, but luckily it allowed me to acquire Detroit Rock City and Rock and Roll Over in '78. It makes me sad to see two others portray Space Ace and the Cat. You're the original member who's always presented their side of the story with the most humility (& you were always the best singer in the band). Before I appreciated rock & roll, I was enamored with the look of your band, and always loved you and Ace the most. You inspired me to want to play the drums, and I'll always be grateful.During this time I was also working to pay the bills and happened to work with guy who became a good friend of mine by the name of Dean Deleo who later became the guitarist for Stone Temple Pilots. I spoke with many other guys in the Biz about life on the road and what that life would have to offer and decided I didn’t want to spend the next 20 years on the road living out of a suitcase. After I left Guardian, I eventually looked for some guys that played at my level that wanted to do it for fun “only” and NOT tour for a living. In any case, I wanted to thank you for the impact you’ve had on my life.I ended up getting a record deal with Enigma Records (Capitol) when I was about 21 years old and recorded my album at Sound City a couple of years later. Looking back, I should have stuck it out for a few records at least. You were the driving force for me as a young kid aspiring to be a rock star one day.At night I come home to my wife of nearly 15 years and our 6 kids.
My 12 year-old son, David, and 8 year-old son, Austin, have discovered my old album collection and, of course, have gravitated to the KISS records.