NEW YORK (AP) - It's legacy time for Kiss frontman and co-founder Paul Stanley.
NEW YORK (AP) — It's legacy time for Kiss frontman and co-founder Paul Stanley.
Not only are Stanley and fellow band members being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he has a memoir scheduled to come out less than two weeks after the ceremony.
HarperOne announced Tuesday that Stanley's "Face the Music: A Life Exposed" is coming out April 22.
The publisher says the book will feature rare photographs and candid memories about his wild life with the mega-selling band.
Earlier Tuesday the Rock Hall announced that Kiss, Linda Ronstadt and Peter Gabriel were among the performers voted in. The ceremony is scheduled for April 10.