By Paul Stanley
NEW YORK TIMES and foreign BESTSELLER
In Face the Music, Paul Stanley—the co-founder and well-known “Starchild” frontman of KISS—reveals for the 1st time the fantastic highs and both excellent lows in his existence either in and out the band. Face the song is the stunning, humorous, shrewdpermanent, inspirational tale of 1 of rock’s so much enduring icons and the crowd he helped create, outline, and immortalize.
Stanley mixes compelling own revelations and gripping, gritty conflict tales that would shock even the main steadfast member of the KISS military. he is taking us again to his early life within the Nineteen Fifties and ’60s, a hectic time made extra painful because of a actual deformity. Born with a situation referred to as microtia, he grew up partly deaf, with just one ear. yet this instilled in him an internal force to achieve the main not going of ambitions: music.
With never-before-seen images and pictures all through, Stanley’s memoir is an absolutely discovered and unflinching portrait of a rock celebrity, a chronicle of the tales at the back of the well-known anthems, the numerous brawls and betrayals, and the entire drama and pyrotechnics off and on the degree. uncooked and confessional, Stanley bargains candid insights into his own relationships, and the turbulent dynamics along with his bandmates over the last 4 a long time. And not anyone comes out unscathed—including Stanley himself.
“People say i used to be courageous to jot down this kind of revealing booklet, yet I wrote it simply because i wanted to individually think about my very own lifestyles. i do know all people will see themselves someplace during this e-book, and the place my tale may take them is why I’m sharing it.” —Paul Stanley