Paul Stanley of KISS Discusses Autobiography in TV Interview
The group are currently touring the country with Motley Crue and Thin Lizzy. On Monday, KISS frontman Paul Stanley was a guest on Aussie talk show, "The Project," where he spoke about the band's longevity (2013 is the group's 40th anniversary), his upcoming autobiography.
"I was really reluctant to do an autobiography," says Stanley. "[Author] George Orwell said that 'the autobiography is the most outrageous form of fiction.'
"When you write about yourself, you tend to be at the epicenter of everything, but I'm trying to be realistic and tell the story, basically, for my kids. I'd love my kids to know that it wasn't always an easy road and that if you love doing something, you'll work your butt off." Watch the interview here.
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