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For the actress, see Jean Simmons. For the rockabilly singer, see Jumpin' Gene Simmons. Gene Simmons Gene Simmons Background information Birth name Chaim Witz ( /ˈxɑːjɪm/; ‏Hebrew: חיים ויץ‎) Born August 25, 1949 (1949-08-25) (age 61) Tirat HaCarmel, Israel Genres Heavy metal, hard rock, rock and roll, glam metal Occupations Musician, songwriter, producer, actor, entrepreneur Instruments Bass, vocals, Guitar, piano Years active 1963–present Associated acts Kiss, Wicked Lester Website Official Gene Simmons Website Notable instruments Cort Signature GS-1 Gene Simmons Signature model Gene Simmons (born Chaim Witz; August 25, 1949) is an Israeli American rock bassist, singer, songwriter, musician, actor, and businessman. Known as "The Demon," he is the bassist/vocalist of Kiss, a hard rock band he co-founded in the early 1970s. Simmons was ranked number 12 in Roadrunner's list of 50 Best Frontmen in Metal History.[1] Contents 1 Biography 2 Music career 3 Instruments 4 Film and television career 5 Political views 6 Controversy 7 Awards and recognition 8 Homecoming visit to Israel 9 Filmography 10 Television appearances 10.1 Video appearances 10.2 Video game appearances 11 Discography 11.1 Kiss 11.2 Solo 12 Publishing career 13 Published works 14 References 15 External links Biography Chaim Witz (later Gene Simmons) was born in Tirat Carmel, Haifa, Israel in 1949. The family emigrated to Jackson Heights, Queens in New York City when he was eight years old.[2] His mother Flóra Klein (was born in Jánd, Hungary). The German name Klein (means: small) translates to Hungarian as Kiss, that gave the rock band's name.[3] Florence and her brother, Larry Klein, were the only members of the family to survive the Holocaust. His father, Feri Witz, also Hungarian-born remained in Israel. Simmons says the family was "dirt poor," scraping by on bread and milk.[4] In the United States, Simmons changed his name to Eugene Klein (later Gene Klein), adopting his mother's maiden name. He attended Yeshiva Torah Vodaath in Williamsburg, Brooklyn as a child, from 7 in the morning up to 9:30 at night. [5] [6] He became a science fiction fan and published several science fiction fanzines, among them Sirruish, Id, Cosmos (which eventually merged with Stilletto to become Cosmos-Stilletto and then Faun), Tinderbox, Sci-Fi Showcase, Mantis and Adventure. He also contributed to other fanzines, among them BeABohema.[7] In the late 1960s, he changed his name to Gene Simmons, after legendary rockabilly performer Jumpin' Gene Simmons.[8] Simmons, who never married, lives in Beverly Hills, California with longtime partner, former Playboy Playmate and actress Shannon Tweed. They have two children: a son, Nick (born January 22, 1989), and a daughter, Sophie, (born July 7, 1992). He formerly had live-in relationships with Cher and Diana Ross.[2] Simmons speaks English, Hungarian and Hebrew. On his television show Gene Simmons Family Jewels, he bought a local island in an episode in August 2007, and he is the longtime owner of Gene Simmons Toyota in Newbridge, New Jersey. Music career Simmons became involved with his first band, Lynx, then renamed The Missing Links, when he was a teenager. Eventually, he disbanded The Missing Links to form The Long Island Sounds, the name being a play on words relating to the estuary separating Long Island from Westchester County, New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island. While he played in these bands, he kept up odd jobs on the side to make more money, including trading used comic books. Simmons attended Sullivan County Community College in Loch Sheldrake, New York. He then joined a new band, Bullfrog Bheer, and the band recorded a demo, "Leeta"; this was later included on the Kiss box set. The Demon Simmons formed the rock band Wicked Lester in the early 1970s with Stanley Harvey Eisen (now known as Paul Stanley) and recorded one album, which was never released. Dissatisfied with Wicked Lester's sound and look, Simmons and Stanley attempted to fire their band members; they were met with resistance, and they quit Wicked Lester, walking away from their record deal with Epic Records. They decided to form the ultimate rock band, and started looking for a drummer. Simmons and Stanley found an ad placed by Peter Criscoula, known as Peter Criss, who was playing clubs in Brooklyn at the time; they joined and started out as a trio. Paul Frehley, better known as Ace Frehley, responded to an ad they put in The Village Voice for a lead guitar player, and soon joined them. Kiss released its self-titled debut album in February 1974. Stanley quickly took on the role of lead performer on stage, while Simmons became the driving force behind what became an extensive Kiss merchandising franchise. The eye section of his "Demon" makeup with KISS came from the wing design of comic book character Black Bolt.[9] Gene Simmons performing with Kiss, 2008 In 1983, while Kiss's fame was waning, the members took off their trademark make-up and enjoyed a resurgence in popularity that continued into the 1990s. The band hosted their own fan conventions throughout 1995, and fan feedback about the original Kiss members reunion influenced the highly successful 1996–1997 Alive Worldwide reunion tour. In 1998, the band released Psycho Circus, the first album in almost 20 years by the original line-up. Since then, the original line-up has once again dissolved, with Tommy Thayer replacing Ace Frehley on lead guitar and Eric Singer (who performed with Kiss from 1992 up through 1996) replacing Peter Criss on drums. Instruments Gene Simmons has used various bass guitars during his career including: Axe Bass (Kramer or other brands, like Jackson) Punisher Bass (Made by a lot of brands, as seen, B.C Rich or Jackson) Spector Gene Simmons Signature Pedulla Basses (mainly in the 1980s and early 1990s) Gibson Grabber (mainly in Kiss' early years) Gibson Ripper (mainly in Kiss' early years) Cort Guitars Signature GS-1 Bass He uses Ampeg SVT CL Series amps with 8x10 cabinets. In 2010 Gene Simmons collaborated with Cort Guitars to make a his own signature bass line called the GS-AXE-2. Film and television career Simmons has been the creative force behind such television projects as: My Dad the Rock Star, a cartoon by the Canadian animation company Nelvana, about the mild mannered son of a Gene Simmons-like rock star. Mr. Romance, a show created and hosted by Simmons on the Oxygen cable television channel. Rock School, a reality show in which Simmons tries to make a rock band out of a group of students of Christ's Hospital School in the first season, and in the second, a group of kids from a comprehensive school in Lowestoft. Gene Simmons Family Jewels,[10] a reality show documenting the personal lives of Simmons, his girlfriend and his son and daughter. On March 9, 2011, Simmons and Kiss co-founder Paul Stanley and E! Entertainment announced that they have finalized a production and development deal to create an as-yet-untitled comedic half-hour kids' television series.[11] Simmons appeared as a psychic working at the Mystic Journey Bookstore in Venice, California on the American hidden camera prank TV series I Get That a Lot.[12] Political views While a self-described social liberal,[13] Simmons was a supporter of the foreign policy of the George W. Bush administration.[14] He supported the 2003 invasion of Iraq, writing on his website: "I'm ashamed to be surrounded by people calling themselves liberal who are, in my opinion, spitting on the graves of brave American soldiers who gave their life to fight a war that wasn't a country they've never been to... simply to liberate the people they're in".[15] In a follow-up, Simmons explained his position and wrote about his love and support for the United States: "I wasn't born here. But I have a love for this country and its people that knows no bounds. I will forever be grateful to America for going into World War II, when it had nothing to gain, in a country that was far away... and rescued my mother from the Nazi German concentration camps. She is alive and I am alive because of America. And, if you have a problem with America, you have a problem with me".[15] During the 2006 Lebanon War between Israel and Lebanon, Simmons sent a televised message of support (in both English and Hebrew) to an Israeli soldier seriously wounded in fighting in Lebanon, calling him his "hero."[16] In 2010, Simmons said he regretted voting for Barack Obama and criticized the 2009 health care reforms.[17] During his visit to Israel in 2011, he stated that the artists refusing to perform in Israel for political reasons are "stupid," referring to artists who canceled planned concerts in Israel.[18] [19] Controversy In February 2002, Simmons was interviewed on the NPR radio show Fresh Air and asked about his claim of having bedded 4,600 women. He told Terry Gross: "If you want to welcome me with open arms, I'm afraid you're also going to have to welcome me with open legs," paraphrasing The Who's hit song "You Better You Bet". Gross replied: "That's a really obnoxious thing to say." At the time, Simmons refused to grant permission to NPR to make the interview available online.[20] However, it appears in print in Gross's book All I Did Was Ask (ISBN 1-4013-0010-3) and unauthorized transcripts are available. NPR re-broadcast part of the interview in August 2007.[21] Simmons's bandmate Paul Stanley has frequently used the phrase "... welcomed us with open arms and open legs" in onstage patter during Kiss concerts. In 2004, during an interview in Melbourne, Australia, while talking about Islamic extremists, Simmons described Islam as a "vile culture," saying that Muslim women had to walk behind their husband, weren't allowed to be educated or own houses. He said: They want to come and live right where you live and they think that you're evil." Amongst ensuing criticism, Australian Muslim of the Year Susan Carland argued that Simmons' stereotyping of Muslims was inaccurate.[22] Simmons later clarified his comments on his website, saying he had been talking specifically about Muslim extremists. In 2005, Simmons was sued by a former girlfriend, Georgeann Walsh Ward, who said she had been "defamed" in the VH1 documentary When Kiss Ruled the World and portrayed as an "unchaste woman." [23] A settlement was reached in June 2006.[24] Awards and recognition In 2011, Simmons was presented the key to the city in Dallas, Texas and a street, Gene Simmons Boulevard, was named for him. Homecoming visit to Israel In March 2011, Simmons had a homecoming visit to Israel where he was born. He described the trip as a "life changing experience". He talked how he still feels Israeli - "I'm Israeli. I'm a stranger in America. I'm an outsider". [25] Gene recently met his half brother Kobi, and sisters Sharon, Eugenia and Drora while in Israel. [26] Simmons has plans to bring his band, KISS to Israel. [27] He has always said that he is an ardent supporter of Israel. [28] At a press conference in Israel, he spoke both Hebrew and English.[29] Filmography Year Film Role Bandmates Miscellaneous 1978 Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park[30] The Demon Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley TV movie 1984 Runaway[31] Dr. Charles Luther 1986 Trick or Treat[32] Nuke (radio DJ) Ozzy Osbourne also appeared 1986 Never Too Young to Die[33] Carruthers / Velvet Von Ragner 1987 Wanted: Dead or Alive[34] Malak Al Rahim 1988 The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years[35] Himself Paul Stanley Documentary 1989 Red Surf[36] Doc 1999 Detroit Rock City[37] Himself Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley Simmons also produced[37] 2002 The New Guy[38] Reverend 2002 Wish You Were Dead[39] Vinny 2008 Detroit Metal City[40] Jack lll Dark Japanese movie 2009 Extract[41] Joe Adler 2010 Expecting Mary Taylor 2010 Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage Himself Documentary Television appearances Year Show Episode Role Bandmates Miscellaneous 1974 The Mike Douglas Show[42] June 11, 1974 Himself Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley Kiss' first national television appearance, performed "Firehouse" 1976 The Paul Lynde Halloween Special[43] October 29, 1976 Himself Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley The band performed "Detroit Rock City" and "King of the Night Time World", Peter Criss performed "Beth" 1985 Miami Vice[44] "Prodigal Son" Newton Blade 1997 Action League Now![45] "Rock-A-Big-Baby" Toy version of himself Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley Performed "Rock and Roll All Nite" 1998 MADtv[46] October 31, 1998 (#406) Himself Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley. Halloween special; performed in five sketches 2001 Family Guy[47] "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas" Animated version of himself Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley 2001 Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?[48] May 27, 2001 Himself Won $500,000 2001 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart[49] June 12, 2001 Himself Almost licked Jon Stewart's face in response to Jon being unable to explain the difference between pleasure and joy to a man with a 'twelve-inch tongue' 2002 Family Guy[50] "Road to Europe" Animated version of himself Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley 2002 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno[51] September 6, 2002 Himself 2003 King of the Hill[52] "Reborn to Be Wild" Jessie 2004 Third Watch[53] "Higher Calling" Donald Mann 2004 Third Watch[54] "Monsters" Donald Mann 2004 Third Watch[55] "More Monsters" Donald Mann 2005 American Idol[56] "Auditions: New Orleans" Himself- guest judge 2005 Family Guy[57] "Don't Make Me Over" Animated version of himself/ Prisoner #3 2005 Mind of Mencia[58] Episode #1.7 Himself 2006 The View[59] August 1, 2006 Himself 2006 Gene Simmons Family Jewels 2007 SpongeBob SquarePants[60] "The Battle of Bikini Bottom" Sea Monster 2007 Shrink Rap[61] "Gene Simmons" Himself UK's More4 show 2008 Entertainment Tonight[62] January 2, 2008 Himself 2008 Jimmy Kimmel Live![63] January 18, 2008 Himself 2008 Rachael Ray[64] March 11, 2008 Himself 2008 Criss Angel Mindfreak[65] "Mindfreaking with the Stars" Himself 2008 Ugly Betty[66] "The Kids Are Alright" Himself 2008 Ugly Betty[67] "A Thousand Words by Friday" Himself 2008 Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?[68] Episode #3.9 Himself Won $500,000 for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation charity 2008 The Celebrity Apprentice[69] First three episodes Himself Fired in the third episode 2008 Jingles[70][71] Celebrity judge Mark Burnett reality show 2009 Glenn Martin DDS Glenn Gary, Glenn Martin himself no band mates were involved 2009 American Idol[56] Season Finale Himself Eric Singer, Tommy Thayer, Paul Stanley Performed medley of 3 songs with contestant Adam Lambert 2009 The Fairly OddParents "Wishology – Part 1: The Big Beginning" Animated version of himself Eric Singer, Tommy Thayer, Paul Stanley 2010 I Get That a Lot Episode 2 As Himself No Band Mates Associated Simmons appeared as a psychic working at the Mystic Journey Bookstore in Venice, California 2010 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Episode 160 As Himself No Kiss Band Mates Associated The band Kiss made a personal appearance during the Wagstaff family's vacation in Disneyland and honored them as special guests at one of their concerts. Kiss also made a personal appearance at a local school where a donation of new musical instruments was made in the Wagstaff family's name. 2010 I'm in a Rock 'n' Roll Band! Episode 1 And 5 As Himself None Discussing the requirements of being in a rock band. 2011 Castle To Love and Die in LA As Himself None Video appearances In 2007, he appeared alongside other celebrities, as well as regular people, in the music video for "Rockstar" by Nickelback. Video game appearances Gene Simmons is a playable character in Tony Hawk's Underground, unlocked when completing the story mode on Normal difficulty, and also appears with his Kiss bandmates in the Hotter Than Hell level to play one of three songs upon collecting the four K-I-S-S letters. Gene Simmons' Kiss character, The Demon, is a playable character in Kiss: Psycho Circus: The Nightmare Child. Simmons also has a large role in the 2010 music video game Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock. In addition to narrating the main storyline and doing advertising for the game, the Kiss song "Love Gun" is playable. Discography Kiss Gene Simmons' bass guitar Main article: Kiss discography Solo Gene Simmons (1978) Sex Money Kiss (audiobook CD), 2003) Asshole (2004) Speaking in Tongues (spoken word CD, 2004) Publishing career In 2002, Simmons launched Gene Simmons' Tongue, a men's lifestyle magazine.[72] The magazine lasted five issues before being discontinued.[73] Published works Kiss and Make-Up, Gene Simmons (ISBN 0-609-81002-2) Sex Money Kiss, Gene Simmons (ISBN 1-893224-86-4) Kiss: The Early Years, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley (ISBN 0-609-81028-6) Kiss: Behind the Mask, David Leaf and Ken Sharp (ISBN 0-446-96524-6) Ladies of the Night: A Historical and Personal Perspective on the Oldest Profession in the World, Gene Simmons (ISBN 1-59777-501-0) References ^ "Roadrunner ranks Simmons 12th metal frontman".  ^ a b Biography. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ Message Board – AETV Community – Real Life. Drama. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ Lead singer of Kiss Gene Simmons slams Israel boycotters ^ Kiss and Make-Up (Simmons' autobiography) ^ ttp:// ^ "Gene Simmons: 60′s Fanzine Publisher", October 2008 ^ Lollar, Michael (June 14, 2009). "Tongues were wagging as KISS star Gene Simmons visited Memphis". Memphis Commercial Appeal. Retrieved June 14, 2009.  ^ Gene Simmons Family Jewels – Under the Knife? – Wednesday, Nov 03, 2010 – mReplay Livedash TV Transcript – Livedash – Search what is being mentioned across national TV. Livedash. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ Gene Simmons Family Jewels – A&E TV. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ > News > News. Kissonline.Com. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ "Gene Simmons poses as psychic for US prank show". January 7, 2010. Retrieved January 14, 2010.  ^ Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ News. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ a b News. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ "Gene Simmons hails Israeli soldier". The Washington Post. Associated Press. August 26, 2006. Retrieved May 12, 2010.  ^ Gavin, Patrick (December 6, 2010). "Gene Simmons Knocks President Obama". The Politico. Retrieved December 6, 2010.  ^ Elvis Costello cancels Israel concerts ^ "ג'ין סימונס: "היוצרים מחרימי ישראל - טיפשים"". YNet. March 23, 2011.,7340,L-4046360,00.html. Retrieved March 23, 2011.  ^ "Terry Gross interview with Gene Simmons". Internet Archive. Retrieved August 13, 2009.  ^ The Unpredictable Gene Simmons. NPR. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ "Outrage as KISS player mouths off on Muslims". Sydney Morning Herald, May 14, 2004 ^ KISS Singer's Motion to Dismiss Defamation Suit Denied. Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ Kiss's Gene Simmons Settles Defamation Suit by Ex-Girlfriend – Music | Songs | Country | Rap. (2006-06-28). Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ Josef Federman. "AP Interview: Simmons blasts Israel boycotters". Yahoo!.  ^ ^ ^ ^ Gene Simmons in Israel / ג'ין סימונס בישראל on YouTube ^ "IMDb-KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Runaway". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IBDb-Trick or Treat". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IBDb-Never Too Young to Die". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IBDb-Wanted: Dead or Alive". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IBDb-The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Red Surf". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ a b "IBDb-Detroit Roc City full cast & crew". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-The New Guy". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Wish You Were Dead". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IBDb-Detroit Metal City". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "Gene Simmons To Appear In 'Extract' Film". May 3, 2009. Retrieved August 14, 2009.  ^ "IBDb-The Mike Douglas Show". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-The Paul Lynde Halloween Special". w/index.php?title=Gene_Simmons&action=edit&section=7. Retrieved March 21, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Miami Vice". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Action League Now!". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "Planet MADtv – Episode #406 (Aired October 31, 1998)". Retrieved June 5, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Family Guy "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas"". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Who Wants To Be a Millionaire". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "The Daily Show-Gene Simmons". Retrieved February 20, 2011.  ^ "IMDb-Family Guy "Road to Europe"". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-The Tonight Show with Jay Leno". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-King of the Hill". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Third Watch "Higher Calling"". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Third Watch "Monsters"". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Third Watch "More Monsters"". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ a b "IMDb-American Idol". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Family Guy "Don't Make Me Over"". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Mind of Mencia". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-The View". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Spongebob Squarepants". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Shrink Rap". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Entertainment Tonight". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Jimmy Kimmel Live". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Rachael Ray". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Criss Angel Mindfreak". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Ugly Betty "The Kids Are Alright"". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Ugly Betty "A Thousand Words by Friday"". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-The Celebrity Apprentice". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "Gene Simmons to judge Burnett's 'Jingles'.". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "IMDb-Jingles". Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ Tongue is cheeky / Kiss' Gene Simmons combines sex, showmanship in his men's magazine. (2002-08-28). Retrieved on 2011-02-01. ^ [1][dead link] External links Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Gene Simmons Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Gene Simmons Official website Gene Simmons at the Internet Movie Database v · d · eKiss Paul Stanley · Gene Simmons · Tommy Thayer · Eric Singer Peter Criss · Ace Frehley · Eric Carr · Vinnie Vincent · Mark St. John · Bruce Kulick Studio albums Kiss · Hotter Than Hell · Dressed to Kill · Destroyer · Rock and Roll Over · Love Gun · Dynasty · Unmasked · Music from "The Elder" · Creatures of the Night · Lick It Up · Animalize · Asylum · Crazy Nights · Hot in the Shade · Revenge · Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions · Psycho Circus · Sonic Boom Live albums Alive! · Alive II · Alive III · Kiss Unplugged · You Wanted the Best, You Got the Best!! · Kiss Symphony: Alive IV · Kiss Instant Live · Alive! The Millennium Concert · Kiss Alive 35 · Kiss Sonic Boom Over Europe Compilations Double Platinum · Killers · Chikara · Smashes, Thrashes & Hits · Greatest Kiss · The Very Best of Kiss · The Best of Kiss: The Millennium Collection · The Best of Kiss, Volume 2: The Millennium Collection · Gold · The Best of Kiss, Volume 3: The Millennium Collection · Jigoku-Retsuden Box sets The Originals · The Box Set · Kiss Chronicles: 3 Classic Albums · Kiss Alive! 1975–2000 · Ikons Videos and DVDs Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park · Animalize Live Uncensored · Exposed · Crazy Nights · X-treme Close-Up · Kiss Konfidential · Kiss My Ass: The Video · Kiss Unplugged · Psycho Circus 3-D Video · The Second Coming · Kiss Symphony: The DVD · Rock the Nation Live! · Kissology Volume One: 1974–1977 · Kissology Volume Two: 1978–1991 · Kissology Volume Three: 1992–2000 Singles "Nothin' to Lose" · "Kissin' Time" · "Strutter" · "Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll" · "Rock and Roll All Nite" · "C'mon and Love Me" · "Rock and Roll All Nite (Live)" · "Shout It Out Loud" · "Flaming Youth" · "Detroit Rock City" · "Beth" · "Hard Luck Woman" · "Calling Dr. Love" · "Christine Sixteen" · "Love Gun" · "Shout It Out Loud (Live)" · "Rocket Ride" · "Strutter '78" · "Radioactive" · "New York Groove" · "Don't You Let Me Down" · "Hold Me, Touch Me (Think of Me When We're Apart)" · "You Still Matter to Me" · "I Was Made for Lovin' You" · "Sure Know Something" · "Shandi" · "Talk to Me" · "Tomorrow" · "A World Without Heroes" · "I" · "The Oath" · "I Love It Loud" · "Killer" · "Creatures of the Night" · "Lick It Up" · "All Hell's Breakin' Loose" · "Heaven's on Fire" · "Thrills in the Night" · "Tears Are Falling" · "Crazy Crazy Nights" · "Reason to Live" · "Turn on the Night" · "Let's Put the 'X' in Sex" · "(You Make Me) Rock Hard" · "Hide Your Heart" · "Forever" · "Rise to It" · "God Gave Rock 'N' Roll to You II" · "Unholy" · "Domino" · "I Just Wanna" · "Every Time I Look at You" · "I Love It Loud (Live)" · "Rock and Roll All Nite (Unplugged)" · "Jungle" · "Psycho Circus" · "We Are One" · "I Finally Found My Way" · "You Wanted the Best" · "Modern Day Delilah" · "Say Yeah" · "Never Enough" Tribute albums Hard to Believe: Kiss Covers Compilation · Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved · A Tribute to the Creatures of the Night · Kiss My Grass: A Hillbilly Tribute to Kiss · Spin the Bottle · Gods of Thunder: A Norwegian Tribute to Kiss · Lick It Up – A Millennium Tribute to Kiss · Kiss My Ankh · Sheep in KISS Make Up Concert tours Club Tour · Kiss Tour · Hotter Than Hell Tour · Dressed to Kill Tour · Alive! Tour · Destroyer Tour · Rock & Roll Over Tour · Love Gun Tour · Alive II Tour · Dynasty Tour · Unmasked Tour · Creatures of the Night Tour · Lick It Up Tour · Animalize Tour · Asylum Tour · Crazy Nights Tour · Hot in the Shade Tour · Revenge Tour · Kiss My Ass Tour · Alive/Worldwide Tour · Psycho Circus Tour · Kiss Farewell Tour · Rocksimus Maximus Tour/World Domination Tour · Rock the Nation Tour · Rising Sun Tour · Hit 'n Run Tour · Kiss Alive/35 World Tour · Sonic Boom Over Europe Tour · The Hottest Show on Earth Tour Related articles Band members · Chelsea · Concert tours · Detroit Rock City · Discography · Anton Fig · Filmography · Awards · Kiss Army · Kiss: Psycho Circus · Eddie Kramer · Bob Kulick · Ron Leejack · Bill Aucoin · Merchandising · Kiss: Psycho Circus: The Nightmare Child · Kevin Valentine · Wicked Lester · Kiss Coffeehouse · Kiss Kasket · "Theatricality" Book:Kiss · Category:Kiss · Portal:Heavy metal v · d · eThe Apprentice Mark Burnett (series creator) • Donald Trump (executive producer) • List of candidates Original U.S. series Starring: Donald Trump • Carolyn Kepcher (2004–2006) • George H. Ross • Donald Trump, Jr. (2006–present) • Ivanka Trump (2006–present) • Eric Trump (2010–present) Guest appearances: Erin Burnett (boardroom advisor) • Bill Rancic (boardroom advisor) • Joan Rivers (boardroom advisor) Candidate residences: Trump Tower in Manhattan (Location for seasons 1–5, 7–present) Seasons: 1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 (Celebrity Edition) • 8 (Celebrity Edition 2) • 9 (Celebrity Edition 3) • 10 • 11 (Celebrity Edition 4) • 12 (Celebrity Edition 5) Winners: Bill Rancic • Kelly Perdew • Kendra Todd • Randal Pinkett • Sean Yazbeck • Stefanie Schaeffer • Piers Morgan • Joan Rivers • Bret Michaels • Brandy Kuentzel • John Rich Martha Stewart series (2005) Starring: Martha Stewart • Charles Koppelman • Alexis Stewart Winner: Dawna Stone Related programs Australian series • Irish series • New Zealand series • UK series v · d · eThe Celebrity Apprentice Season 1 Piers Morgan · Trace Adkins · Carol Alt · Lennox Lewis · Stephen Baldwin · Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth · Tito Ortiz · Marilu Henner · Nely Galán · Vincent Pastore · Jennie Finch · Gene Simmons · Nadia Comaneci · Tiffany Fallon Persondata Name Simmons, Gene Alternative names Short description Date of birth August 25, 1949 Place of birth Date of death Place of death