Video: Kiss Frontman Says His Bandmates Were Anti-Semitic
2023 Author: Vanessa Dutton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-06-06 17:40
Lead singer of the legendary group "Kiss" Paul Stanley told in his new memoirs that his former bandmates - Ace Fraley and Peter Criss, - were anti-Semites. The artist recalls that Freley there was a collection of Nazi symbols, and both - and Freley and Criss, - insulted Stanley and Gene Simmons, because they are Jews, and they were more ambitious and occupied dominant roles in their group.
“As a result, the two of them tried to sabotage a group that they thought was being dishonestly manipulated by money-hungry Jews,” writes Stanley in his memoir Face the Music: Life Exposed. The musician explained that his statements about their anti-Semitism are based on many years of working together.
Meanwhile, representatives Freley deny the accusations. “Let's just say Paul is trying to sell his book. This is definitely not true. At the same time, agent Freley noted that he has a friend - Rachel Gordon, who is also a Jew.
Stanley "Ran over" and Simmons, claiming that he had tricked him into taking out a credit for marketing the group. Nevertheless, these two continue to play together - already without Freley and Crissa and even became co-owners of the new L. A. Kiss football team.
Book of memories Stanley came out today, April 8th. Other colleagues on the stage - Jimmy Page, Elton John and Dave Growl, - gave a positive assessment to the publication.