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The Show About Nothing & Everything and a Pillow

Episode 60, February 4, 2014. This could be the most shocking Shocker Mitch has ever presented. We discuss KISS playing at the NHL game in Los Angeles. The cover to Paul Stanley’s book Face the Music: A Life Exposed. Who we would like to see KISS jam with at the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame and more.

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  • Chris Polk

    Fun show guys! Nice relaxing Tuesday evening watching Three Sides while drinking a pint of guinness. As for the crazy comments you guys always seem to get on your facebook page. Some want to be a dick just to be a dick. No matter what you guys post someone is always going to come along and try to ruin the party. Im enjoying the pictures Mike has been posting from his time with Kissonline. For now I will continue to post comments on your website….no dicks around here ; )

  • D2e

    Guys, quick technical note. For some reason, whoever is on the far left (when you’re looking at the screen) has a lower audio level than the other 2. I had just assumed it was Mike’s mic or audio settings, but on this episode Mitch was in that position & I had the same low audio from him & Mike & Tommy were normal. Strange for sure. If you can adjust something to bring the 1st person level to match the other 2 it would be an improvement for the listeners.