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Ep. 129 Rick Stuart Former Security Director & Bodyguard for KISS

Episode 129, June 2, 2015. Rick Stuart former Director of Security and Bodyguard for KISS from 1975-1976 joins us with a inside look at protecting the band. He talks to us about the band’s first tour of Europe. Stopping photographers from taking pictures of the band out of makeup. Inside the studio during the recording of Destroyer. And his personal, first-hand account of saving Paul Stanley from drowning in Hawaii… what a story!! He talks about his dismissal from the band and who he thinks was behind it. As well as calling up Gene Simmons right after he fired. What are his thoughts on why the original KISS crew was fired. So, so much!!

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  • Joe Shaw

    Three Sides of the Coin.

    New listener as of early 2015. Stumbled upon you podcast while searching for Kiss videos on You Tube. I have gone back to episode 1 and am currently conducting a marathon of Three Sides in order to catch up (3 to 4 episodes a day).
    I noticed Mitch is no longer with the crew, interested to see the reasoning behind that.

    Life long Kiss fan. My introduction to Kiss is similar to Michael’s “Rock and Roll Over” story. Mine was the “Destroyer” album. When I first saw and heard the “Destroyer” album at the tender age of 11, it blew my mind and changed my life.

    Great shows, great topics, keep “Rocking” guys.

    Joe