Launch Radio Networks reports: The BLACK SABBATH offshoot HEAVEN AND HELL shot a concert DVD at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Friday (March 30). By all accounts, the band's performance was great, with some long-time fans calling it the group's best show ever, but things didn't go as smoothly behind the scenes as they could have. Lead singer Ronnie James Dio told Launch that New York City union issues reared up hours before the concert even began. "We didn't have enough time for a soundcheck because the union went, 'OK, time for a break,'" he said. "'But we've only done half a song.' 'Time for a break.' 'But we've got 15 minutes left.' 'We said, time for a break.' You know that way that goes. So, all in all, it was more difficult than it should have been — but it is a city show, and that's what you've gotta put up with."
According to Kiss Army Australia, KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley will perform on "The Footy Show" in Sydney on Thursday, April 12. He will also appear on "The Footy Show" in Melbourne on Thursday, April 19. Check local listings for exact air times.
While getting ready for his Australian solo tour, KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley invested time in both rehearsal and meditation. From this intimate introspection, a new concept was born.
"I realized that for me, there is not such a thing as a finished painting, the work is only terminated by practicality," says Paul. "One day I found myself looking at a print of 'Infinite Solitude' hanging in my studio, and felt the urge to give it a new breath of life. I was interested in seeing where solitude might lead. I began painting over the printed canvas to create a sense of dense deep colors, giving way to light, energy, and a new reality. That is why I chose to call it 'After Solitude One'. I am planning to explore and redefine all of my prints. The possibilities are limitless."