Kiss Kruise Launches With Acoustic Concert

artist: kiss date: 11/04/2012 category: general music news
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Kiss Kruise Launches With Acoustic Concert
Yesterday (Oct. 31), Kiss Kruise II set sail from Miami. As the ship left its port, fans were treated to an unmasked, acoustic show by the guests of honor on the pool deck of the Norwegian Pearl, which, for the next few days, can probably be renamed the "Dr. Love Boat". Early this morning, the band posted the image and the following message to its Facebook page: "Here's more than 2200 KISS fans standing on the pool deck of the Norwegian Pearl waiting for KISS to take the stage for yesterday's acoustic set!" During the show, Kiss played such favorites as "Comin' Home", "A Million To One" and "All Hell's Breakin' Loose". The band also took requests from fans, and Paul Stanley told the crowd that there will be a Kiss Kruise III. The ship's launch was delayed to accommodate those whose travel times to Miami were affected by Hurricane Sandy, but that didn't delay the festivities. Fittingly, Halloween was celebrated with a costume contest, which was judged by guitarist Tommy Thayer. KISS Kruise II continues through Nov. 4, making a one-day stop at Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas tomorrow. In addition to KISS, Skid Row, Adler and several cover bands and lesser known acts are on the bill. Thanks to Ultimateclassicrock for the report.
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