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KISS Perform With Country Singer On The Voice Season Finale

12/16/2016
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(Gibson) KISS appeared on the season finale of the TV show "The Voice," performing a medley of their hits alongside country singer and ultimate champ Sundance Head.

As reported by Rolling Stone, Head was the winner of this season's singing competition. Among the songs featured in the medley were "Detroit Rock City" and "Rock and Roll All Nite."

"It's crazy, man," said Head, prior to taking the stage with the legendary rockers. "I don't know how to do it really. We had a rehearsal already, and I was just blown away because these guys are so nice.

"You know, they're rock gods and they're trying to tell me when I'm supposed to sing and I'm just sitting there [amazed] that they're right there onstage with me. It was really surreal to be up there at rehearsal and hear them start 'Detroit Rock City' I could just feel the risers shaking from the drums." Read the original report here.

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