There’s no way KISS’ Gene Simmons could ever be mistaken for an accountant. Even stripped of his trademark makeup, clad casually in a stylish leather jacket, jeans, t-shirt and cowboy boots, Simmons still exudes tsunami-size waves of rock-star charisma. The bass guitarist, whose outrageous stage persona and costumes embodied KISS’ image, lost none of his larger-than-life magnetism when the band unmasked their real faces for the first time in 1983. Now back in makeup during gigs, Simmons emits such supernova dazzle offstage that he often has to wear shades.
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