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KISS Icon Dies

07/04/2010
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KISS Icon Dies was a top story in May/June. Here is the recap: Bill Aucoin, the music manager who helped KISS to the heights of stardom during the band's heyday in the 70s, died last month. KISS Online offered the following obituary: William Aucoin, beloved record industry executive, manager, entrepreneur, and creative visionary, passed away this morning, Monday, June 28 at 9:11 am. EST at the Aventura Hospital and Medical Center in Aventura, Florida.

Born December 29, 1943, Bill was battling prostate cancer, and passed away from surgical complications.

The man known for masterminding the career of the world-renowned group KISS, Bill Aucoin also managed Starz, Toby Beau, Billy Squier, Billy Idol, and numerous other artists. His most recent venture is Aucoin Globe Entertainment, which he founded in 2007. In its three years, Bill and his company developed bands in the U.S. and around the world.

KISS Online also posted a video clip of Aucoin's recent appearance on the PBS show "Lance Hefts Inspiration," watch it - here

2010 is almost halfway gone. Join us this holiday weekend as we look back at the top stories from the first half of this year. This was a top story from May/June.

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