Watch Kiss deliver ‘all killer, no filler’ set at their shortest-ever headline show

    Kiss lit up the Tribeca Film Festival on Friday (June 11) with a short-but-sweet mini-gig  to promote their upcoming two-part TV documentary Biography: KISStory.

    Performing for the first time since their New Year’s Eve spectacular in the United Arab Emirates, the New Yorkers performed a compact, anthem-heavy 24 minute set featuring Detroit Rock City, Shout It Out Loud, Rock and Roll All Nite, Heaven’s On Fire and War Machine.

    “We don’t have a permit to make a long show,” Paul Stanley confessed during the quartet’s atypically modest set. ‘So this is a little short. It’s like a sampling before you get your big meal in August”, when Kiss will resume their seemingly never-ending ‘final’ tour.

    “We couldn’t pass up this opportunity,” Stanley added. “Being from New York, we had to open up New York, so this is our way of saying welcome back to everybody.”

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