Unique KISS tribute act performs the 1975 album Alive! cover-to-cover, replicating the period-specific sights, sounds, and energy
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Alive ‘75: Tribute to Kiss
The Show: Imagine time traveling back to 1975 and experiencing the unharnessed power of KISS just as they were starting to explode on the scene, and you get this era-specific tribute to the glam rock legends
The Album: 1975’s Alive!, the breakthrough record hailed as one of the biggest live albums of all time, which the band plays cover-to-cover, from the take-no-prisoners kickoff of “Deuce” through favorites like “Nothin’ to Lose” and the one-two punch encore of “Rock and Roll All Nite” and “Let Me Go, Rock and Roll”
The Details: In addition to the spot-on costumes, choreography, and stage dressing (including gigantic drums and humongous Ampeg and Marshall stacks), the tribute even goes so far as to recreate the pre-show environment of ‘75 with audio-visual displays, experiential actors in the audience, and an emcee with a decidedly mid-‘70s vibe