KISS Guitarist Prepares Trailer For 'Kiss Alive!' Big-Screen Showing
In preparation for the October 26 big-screen showing of "Kiss Alive! at Cobo Hall 1976", KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer made a two-day visit this week to the National Cinemedia headquarters in Centennial, Colorado to finish editing the promotional trailers that will debut nationwide this weekend at select Regal, AMC, Edwards and Cinemark theatres.
The trailers are to promote the one-night-only showing of "Kiss Alive! at Cobo Hall 1976" along with the special rockumentary "Kiss Day in Cadillac, Michigan 1975". This special showing is a precursor to "Kissology: Volume One 1974-1977" two-disc DVD set that goes on sale October 31. "We came up with a fantastic trailer that kicks some ass," Tommy reported, "and the folks at National Cinemedia were great. I had fun visiting them."
"Kissology: Volume One 1974-1977" chronicles the early development of KISS. The item will contain six solid hours of unreleased footage along with live performances and four full concerts. The DVD is the first volume in what will be a definitive three-part collection, with the second and third installments slated for release in 2007.
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