PAUL STANLEY Records Duet With SARAH BRIGHTMAN

Undercover News reports that KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley has recorded a song with soprano Sarah Brightman.

The Stanley and Brightman duet "I Will Be With You" will be heard on her forthcoming album "Symphony", due in stores on January 29.

Sarah is the former wife of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. It was in Webber's productions that she first made her name. Her most famous role was that of Christine Daae in "The Phantom of the Opera".

She has also played the parts of Jermina in "Cats", Emma in "Song and Dance", Rose Vibert in "Aspects of Love" and Kate in "The Pirates of Penzance".

Sarah's last studio album was "Harem" in 2003. In 2006, Stanley released his second solo album "Live To Win".

On March 16, KISS will perform a one-off show in Australia at the 2008 Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne, Australia.

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