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KISS Jam With 12-Year-Old

02/03/2016
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(Classic Rock) Kiss drummer Eric Singer stepped aside for a younger model when he allowed a 12-year-old to play with the band. Logan Gladden played and sang Nothin' To Lose with Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Tommy Thayer at the band's acoustic Meet & Greet set in Durant, Oklahoma, last Friday.

Logan, from Dallas, Texas, caught the attention of Singer when his parents posted YouTube videos of him playing along to rock songs when he was just three-years-old.

The sixth grade youngster tells TeamRock: "I've been playing drums and listening to classic rock music all my life. My parents put videos of me on YouTube when I was small and Eric saw them and invited me to meet him when I was three and he was with Alice Cooper.

"That day I played his drums during soundcheck and still remember it. Since then, Eric has helped me so much by giving me advice and introducing me to people and by following and supporting me and just being a cool friend. But I never thought I would actually get to play with them."

And Singer made Logan's dream come true when he invited him to take over on Friday night. Logan adds: "After a song ended, Eric asked Gene and Paul if I could come up and he told them he knew me and he promised them that it would be good." Read more and check out video here.

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