Saturday, July 11, 2009
KISS IN SARNIA LAST NIGHT
KISS fans 'love it loud'
By TARA HAGAN • Sarnia Observer • July 10, 2009
Thousands of screaming fans "loved-it-loud" last night when legendary rockers KISS took to the stage at Sarnia Rogers Bayfest.
“How you doin’ people?” yelled Paul Stanley to a screaming crowd, with cameras high in the air, at 10 p.m. sharp. “Did you come tonight to get some rock and roll?“Well you came to the right place.”
Outrageous pyrotechnics exploded on the massive stage as frontman Gene Simmons belted out the opening hit, “Deuce,” amid a thundering roar from an 18,000-strong crowd, dominated by their famous fan following known affectionately as the KISS Army.
Stanley followed up with “Strutter,” before embarking on a number of classic hits.
"This probably was the most prep we’ve ever done for a show,” said organizer Michele Stokley, citing a fleet of eight trucks, four buses, 900 pounds of dry ice and enough pyrotechnics to fire-bomb a city.
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