You watch Gene Simmons' Family Jewels each week and the one aspect of this great man's legacy that you don't see - or rather hear - is the music. The man isn't just a living legend because he wears big boots and crazy make-up, sticks out his tongue, breathes fire and spits blood, though that's most of it. He's also recorded a few tunes along the way -- both with his mega-successful hard rock n' roll combo KISS and as an incredible solo artist with two albums to his name. KISS released their first album in 1973--that's 34 years ago. There have been many major moments in their career that are treasured by their loving fans. Whether it's performing "Rock and Roll All Nite" or performing, uh, "Rock and Roll All Nite," KISS delivers!
But Gene has had a deep and profound career and that should be celebrated. Here are five unforgettable moments in Gene's recorded legacy!
"Charisma": From the Dynasty album when Kiss "went disco" with "I Was Made For Loving You," "Charisma" is a one of a kindRead More »from The Five Best Musical Moments of Gene Simmons