Paul Stanley’s 98-Year-Old Father Goes to a KISS Show
You wanted the best? We're giving you the man that sired the best! KISS had a very special fan in the audience this past Saturday (Feb. 16) in Los Angeles as Paul Stanley invited his 98-year-old father to come check out the band's show on their "End of the Road" tour.
Stanley posed for a photo in front of the KISS backdrop with his proud papa, excitedly captioning the shot with the message, "MY DAD! The oldest and coolest man ever at a KISS concert. At The Forum Saturday night. He'll be NINETY NINE in April!"
Paul Stanley was born on Jan. 20, 1952 in Manhattan and spent a good portion of his childhood in Queens, New York. In 1970, the singer-guitarist would join Gene Simmons in his band Wicked Lester, but the group fell apart and Stanley and Simmons decided to continue, eventually forming KISS and releasing their self-titled debut album in 1974.
KISS launched their "End of the Road" farewell tour last month, with dates booked into the spring on their current North American leg. They play Dallas tonight (Feb. 20). See all of their upcoming stops listed here.
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