I really enjoy the music of KISS. I have seen them as far back as “The Love Gun” tour in the summer of 1977 at The Fabulous Forum, in Inglewood, California.

For me, it has been really hard to obtain any real quantity of signatures for this band without attending autograph conventions, in store signings and “meet and greets” – all of which require investing a great deal of very expensive personal time and travel.

Obtaining real and authentic signed anything by the four original members is always an expensive adventure. But, with luck, the result can be a very rare and complete collectable.

Though there have been several line-up changes to this band over the years, resulting in a group of very good musicians who are a pleasure to see in concert, for this page and this portion of my museum, it’s the original four, and only those four, that I collect:

Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley, Peter Criss and Gene Simmons

It took four years and four states to collect all four signatures on this signed 8x10.

Finally, a fully signed color 8X10 photograph.



My 6 fully signed KISS signed albums. 

So much travel, expense and very hard work that it took to obtain.

The 1976 Rock and Roll Over album.

This album contains my favorite of all KISS songs, “Calling Dr. Love”.


It has taken MANY traveled to conventions and rather expensive concert Meet and Greets to obtain the signatures you see on this page. Fun stuff indeed, but not at all cheap.

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The following autographed items of memorabilia, as well as other items on this page, were all signed in person by Peter Criss at:

Mad Monster Party convention in Phoenix on May 9, 2015, 

The Texas Frightmare Weekend convention, Dallas on Friday April 29, 2016, 

KISS Expo at the Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles, on January 28, 2017.

THUS FAR, these three times are the onIy times I have met Peter Criss.

On each of the three occasions, Peter was especially so very friendly, warming to all his fans, and took time to personally express his love, sincere thanks, and admiration for all who came out to see him and purchase signed items of memorabilia. Both he and his beautiful wife Gigi as well as his his team, were simply as nice and as kind as can be as they greeted each fan individually.

Signed drumhead with the inscription, “Beth I Hear You Calling”.

Personally signed index card by Peter Criss.

Tower Records
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Gene Simmons photo


The first time I ever had the pleasure to officially meet and greet Gene Simmons at an In Store public autograph signing.

For a price of $1,500.00, a spot at the front of a very, very long line, and, one other item of your choice autographed autographed (which was the photo on the right), I was able to purchase and received signed the above Signature Axe Bass, directly from Gene Simmons.

It would be a taste of much more expensive and much more detailed Meet and Greets that would eventually happen.

Both of the above very rare Psycho Circus posters were sold (unsigned) only at the October 31, 1998 Dodger Stadium performance.

 I took me 3 years and 4 states to finally complete all 4 signatures on both posters. To date, I have never seen anyone else or any where else having these posters fully autographed.

I am complemented constantly about having these signed posters in my collection.

Signed drumhead by Ace Frehely, Peter Criss, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley,
 Ordered and shipped through their online website.

Autographed page from the 1996/1997 World Tour program.

Signed by Gene Simmons at KLOS Radio on May 29, 2009.

ACE FREHLEY: The following items of memorabilia were all personally signed by Ace Frehley on Saturday October 3, 2015 at the “ALL THINGS THAT ROCK” Expo, in Oaks, PA. It was amazing to meet and chat (very briefly) with Ace and receive a total of 21 different signed items of memorabilia that day.

Complete set of the 4 individual 1978 KISS solo LP’s,
each fully signed.

Both autographed in Tucson, Az., AVA Casino Del Sol Amphitheater concert,
prior to “Meet and Greet”, on July 4, 2016.

Autographed at the “TEXAS FRIGHTMARE WEEKEND” convention in Dallas, TX,
on April 29, 2016.

Autographed at the “ALL THINGS THAT ROCK” Expo in Oaks, PA,
on October 3, 2015.

In addition to the above 4 autographed solo albums,
the following signed albums I obtained are also now part of my collection:

The above Paul Stanley and Peter Criss books were both purchased, fully signed, from their individual websites in October of 2015. This is clearly yet another example of a celebrity (major celebrity in this case) embracing today’s technology and providing a direct, safe, and friendly means for fans to collect their autograph on a terrific piece of memorabilia,
no matter where the fan may live.

This is a win/win for both the Rock Star Celebrity and the collecting fan
that eliminates the need for any Hollywood style street chasing,
jumping out of the bushes or following their family all over town.

Gene Simmons signed SEX MONEY KISS, at Borders Books in Northridge,
on June 30, 2003.

Signed copy of Ladies Of The Night by Gene Simmons autographed at Borders
in Westwood on July 9, 2008.

Signed copy of Kompendium at The Grove in Los Angeles on February 8, 2010.

Ace Frehley signed copy of No Regrets, signed in New York City on November 3, 2011
and ordered via the Barnes and Noble book store directly.

Signed by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of KISS, their “AUCTION” catalog held at The Paramount Studios Theatre in Hollywood on June 24th/25th, 2000. 

Everyone who registered  for the auction received a signed catalog lot book. This one was my copy. Up for bid were costumes, stage equipment, props, drawings and lyrics, instruments, tour itineraries, and so much more (much dating back to the very early 1970’s). Needless to say at the prices all the items were going for, even the cheap items were something I just could not afford.


It took me 3 years and 3 different trips to the states of Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Oregon to get this 1996/1997 Tour Book fully signed by each member. This is an amazing signed collectable of extreme rare KISS memorabilia.


Finally, on July 4th, 2016, I can say that I meet in person, each member of the band KISS. Though not the band that they were in the 1970’s, with the meeting of Paul on this day, I now through different dates and Meet and Greets and conventions, I had met each of the 4 original members of this legendary band.

Both of the above images were part of the KISS 2016 “Freedom Of Rock Tour”, during the “Meet and Greet’s” at Tucson, Arizona, on July 4, 2016 (me only) and in Eugene, Oregon, July 9, 2016, (me and my wife). The guys provided a pre-concert/mini concert, photo ops, and signed a ton of personal memorabilia. It was indeed a dream fulfilled!

Peter Criss and me at the “Meet and Greet” autograph convention
at Texas Frightmare Weekend, in Dallas Texas, on April 29, 2016.

Finally, after collecting in person autographs for 30 years, I was able to meet Ace Frehley of KISS on October 3, 2015 at the “ALL THINGS THAT ROCK” Convention in Oaks, Pa.

Peter Criss and I at MAD MONSTER PARTY Convention in Phoenix, Arizona
on May 9, 2015.

Peter was charging $50 per signature. Being the first time I was ever
able to have received an autograph from him, I obtained about 13 signatures that day.
It was a pleasure to have met this legendary drummer.


It took several years, with travel to multiple states, attending quite a few
conventions and “Meet and Greet’s”, but perseverance does pay off.
Fully signed inner poster sleeve from the 1997 KISS Tour Book.


Though these signatures came with a prepaid price, I still feel incredibly lucky to have met each of the members of this legendary band, get to speak with them, and receive the signed memorabilia you see on this page.