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KISS Go Live on Letterman this Wednesday!

You wanted the best, and you got the best! The hottest band in the world, KISS, will be going live over the web tomorrow night when they play a full concert as part of the “Live on Letterman” webcast series.

 

KISS, who are currently out promoting their latest album Monster, are scheduled to appear on The Late Show with David Letterman tomorrow night. However fans who want to see more of everyone’s favorite costumed rock heroes than the requisite single number afforded to late night talk show musical guests are in for a special treat.

 

While the band will definitely be performing at least one song during the network broadcast of the show, they’ll be sticking around the at the Ed Sullivan Theater to perform a full set that fans will be able to stream online at CBS.com and VEVO following the broadcast.

 

In the past theĀ  “Live on Letterman” webcast series has featured true rock luminaries such as The Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam, and even Sir Paul McCartney himself. However KISS have the special distinction of being the 50th act to perform in the online concert series.

 

KISS have just come off a successful summer tour jaunt with Motley Crue and are riding high in the wake of their latest single, “Hell or Hallelujah.” The legendarily made-up rockers are led as always by the ever-outspoken Gene Simmons and his more congenial counterpart Paul Stanley.

 

Original drummer Peter Criss and original lead guitarist Ace Frehley are unfortunately not involved this time around, with Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer filling in.

 

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