By: Mike Bober
Ever wonder what it’s like to be the man behind the star child face paint?
Well you’ll find out soon enough!
Founding KISS member and co-frontman, Paul Stanley, has revealed that he is currently working on an autobiography.
In a recent interview with Nikki Sixx on his radio show, Sixx Sense, Stanley admitted that in previous years, he thought writing a tell-all book wasn’t worth the effort. He went on to explain why he doesn’t really like autobiographies and more importantly, why his will be different:
"Well, everybody will tell you the same thing: 'Well, my book is brutally honest.' It's a history lesson in music, but it's also a history lesson in somebody taking themselves and making themselves into something they weren't — taking a not-so-great deck of cards and winning at poker. So it's good. I think it's terrific.”
Stanley goes on to say that, with three of his bandmates from the original KISS lineup having written books from their perspective, he’s ready to share what actually happened.
And in our opinion, an Unmasked look at a member of one of the most iconic rock bands of all-time is never a bad thing.
To hear the whole interview, head to the Sixx Sense website and be sure to leave us with your thoughts below!