Paul Stanley Almost Tops New York Times Best Sellers List

KISS frontman Paul Stanley's new autobiography "Face The Music: A Life Exposed" has debuted at No. 2 on The New York Times' print hardcover non-fiction Best Sellers list.

According to PMK*BNC, the book also landed at No. 4 on the Wall Street Journal's Nonfiction Best Sellers list, No. 3 on Publishers Weekly's Hardcover Nonfiction Best Sellers list.

A number of Stanley's contemporaries have praised the book. Elton John said, "both honest and inspirational" with "amazing tales from one of rock's great frontmen," Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page says "Paul Stanley proves himself as an artist in music and on canvas and now with a great book."

Foo Fighter and Nirvana star Dave Grohl said, "Paul is a great man who has achieved great things. His story is inspiring and motivating for anyone who dreams big. As he said in 1978, 'Wouldn't You Like to Know Me?' The answer is yes and now we finally do."

You can find more information about the book and order a copy here.

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