Three Sides of the Coin – A KISS Podcast and Radio Show

Since launching Three Sides of the Coin has been viewed or listened to over 7,000,000 times. Three Sides of the Coin has been joined by special guests including former KISS lead guitarist Bruce Kulick, the Black Veil Brides' Andy Biersack, Frank Munoz associate producer for Ace Frehley's Anomaly album, award winning songwriter Adam Mitchell, Ed Kanon (Peter Criss' drum tech), and Kevin Valentine (drummer on KISS' Psycho Circus album). Three Sides of the Coin was recently picked (October 2013) as a 'What's Hot' podcast by Apple's iTunes. In the early '90s, Michael Brandvold launched the fifth ever website on the Internet devoted to KISS, KISS Otaku. He built, launched and maintained Kissonline.com (KISS' official web presence). He now owns Michael Brandvold Marketing, providing providing marketing services and digital strategy to musicians. Tommy Sommers spent 15 years on the record show circuit collecting, trading and selling memorabilia / Kiss merchandise. He is now a successful residential Real Estate agent in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area. Tommy has also produced a KISS song For The Oddfathers and is the owner of Rock Steady Digital Photography...

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Ep. 135 KISS Stage Props, What Happened to Many of Them


Episode 135, July 21, 2015. KISS Stage Props, What Happened to Many of Them? We are joined by special guest Jacques van Gool KISS fan and owner of BackstageAuctions.com. Jacques tells us many stories about auctions for Sean Delaney, Eddie Kramer, Lydia Criss. He tells us some AMAZING stories about visiting the McManus warehouse and seeing many historic KISS stage props. What happened to Sam the Serpant? The candelabra? The Love Gun stage stairs? So many great stories… do not miss this episode!

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