KISS' Paul Stanley Says Autobiography to Arrive Next Spring

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-09_559aa11750.jpgImage Courtesy Paul Stanley via Twitter -- KISS singer/guitarist Paul Stanley has revealed when fans can expect to get their hands on his hotly anticipated book about his life. On Thursday, Stanley posted a photo on his official Twitter account showing him looking at what appears to be a roll of negatives along with a message that reads, "Going through 60 years of photos to choose some to include in my autobiography coming out this spring."

 

The news comes just a few weeks after the publication of Nothing to Lose: The Making of KISS (1972-1975), the book about the rockers' formation and early years that Stanley co-wrote with band mate Gene Simmons and veteran rock writer Ken Sharp.

KISS, meanwhile, is preparing to head overseas next month for a brief tour of Japan that is mapped out from October 19 to October 24.  The band also will be taking part in the third installment of their KISS Kruise, which runs from October 28 to November 1, and will follow that up with a November 8 show in Calgary, Canada.

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