KISS paid a visit to the Empire State Building in New York Thursday. They were there to flip the switch to light up the iconic building in silver in honor of their logo, and red, purple, blue and green, representing the colors of each band member’s character. Images of the band and their logo were also flashed onto the facade and synced to the studio version of “Rock and Roll All Nite” as heard on our sister station, New York's Classic Rock, WAXQ - Q104.3. And, Thursday was also proclaimed "KISS Day in New York City." One of the most iconic images of the band was taken on the top of the Empire State Building in 1976.
KISS will do the final two shows of their End of the Road tour Friday and Saturday nights at New York's Madison Square Garden. Saturday's show will be aired live on Pay-Per-View.
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