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Gene Simmons Doubts Beyoncé and Bruno Mars' Ability to Perform in KISS Costumes: 'They Would Pass Out'
Simmons spoke about KISS' upcoming End of the Road farewell tour and their intricately-costumed, high-energy performance style, which he doesn't think many other musicians could handle
Gene Simmons Debuts Artwork at Vegas Gallery, Talks COVID Experience: 'I Felt Nothing'
"I never considered myself a painter. I never considered myself much of anything. You're talking to the least qualified person you'd ever meet," the KISS bassist/singer tells PEOPLE
Gene Simmons Lists His Las Vegas Valley Estate for $14.95 Million — See Inside!
The property is described as a "modern desert mansion" on a nearly one-acre plot of land and features a private garden with walking trails adjacent to the house
Gene Simmons Tests Positive for COVID Days After Bandmate Paul Stanley as KISS Postpones 4 Shows
The band said in a statement that Gene Simmons, who is fully vaccinated, is experiencing "mild" symptoms
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley Recount 50 Years as Part of KISS in Forthcoming Documentary: WATCH
Biography: KISStory, will be a four-hour, two-night event that airs on Sunday, June 27 and Monday, June 28 from 9 to 11 p.m. ET
See Eddie Van Halen Mural Unveiled in Honor of Late Icon's 66th Birthday: He Was a 'Creative Hero'
"When I was young, the debut Van Halen record was the first album I ever owned," says acclaimed muralist Robert Vargas, who created the work
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Gene Simmons Sells Lavish Beverly Hills Estate of Nearly 40 Years for $16 Million - See Inside!
The rocker's home features a 60-foot waterslide and parking for 35 cars
Gene Simmons Recalls Running into Eddie Van Halen After Cancer Diagnosis: He 'Wasn't Looking for Sympathy'
"He brought it up, he said, 'Hey man, I got cancer. What are you gonna do?' and he smiled ... with that million-dollar smile," the rocker tells PEOPLE
KISS to Give Performance for Sharks and 8 People on a Submarine 'Down Under' in Australia

"I'm not sure how much of us the sharks can take," KISS singer and guitarist Paul Stanley joked