KISS Coffeehouse: Video Report Available

A one-minute video report on Tuesday night's (June 27) opening of the Kiss Coffehouse in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has been posted online at (disable pop-up blocker).

Bandmates Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, sans the trademark makeup, greeted a crowd of hundreds to mark the grand opening in this beach town, according to The Associated Press.

"You can live to rock, but you have to eat to live," Stanley told the crowd.

Some fans drove from as far away as Colorado and Oregon. One came all the way from Poland.

"I can't believe I just met them," said Adrian Czarnbey, who introduced the band at a news conference. "It's just like seeing Jesus for me."

Fans were in line as early as 8:30 a.m. for the grand opening party nearly 12 hours later. The coffeehouse poured its first cup of Rockuccino on Saturday.


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