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PAUL RECEIVES AWARD FROM LA FIRE STATION
May 13, 2013 | PAULSTANLEY.com
Here's Paul receiving an award from the firemen of Los Angeles Fire Station 99 for years of contributing to the firemen and their station.
LATEST KISS MAGAZINE COVER: LID
Apr 20, 2013 | LID MAGAZINE
Here's Paul Stanley on the cover of the latest issue of the fine art magazine, Lid. The issue features previously unpublished KISS photos by Ross Halfin.
The Paul Stanley cover is limited to only 350 copies.
Thanks to Fabio / Deuce News for sending us this image!
PAUL STANLEY, FROM 'CHUNKY' KID TO FIT ROCKER
Apr 19, 2013 | LOS ANGELES TIMES
By James S. Fell
April 20, 2013
The "Starchild" outfit Paul Stanley wears as frontman for KISS is a revealing one. That's why I chose it for Halloween a couple of years back. I wanted to showcase the efforts of my diet and exercise regimen. I got the hair wrong.
And at 61 years of age, Stanley can't let himself go and still rock out to arenas full of screaming fans. As one of the hardest working bands in rock 'n' roll, he has a reputation to maintain — one he won't let age tarnish. I've seen how lively KISS performances are up close and understand his dedication to fitness to keep the fans on their feet for the band's Monster world tour.
Were you always such a fit guy?
The only exercise I got as a kid was fork to mouth. Food was equated with love in my household. I thought you left the table when the zipper was down and you'd explode if you took another bite. I'd eat my plate and then everyone else's leftovers.
I was a chubby boy. My pants used to wear out in the middle, and it was because my legs used to rub together. I wasn't obese, just chunky.
HOW PAUL STANLEY KEEPS FIT
Apr 19, 2013 | MENS FITNESS
By Ben Radding
The 61-year-old Starchild tells MF about how his routine has changed since the 70s—and how he’s avoided a life of drugs and alcohol in the face of rock and roll.
If you take away the black and white face paint, flashy stage outfits, and smoking guitars, KISS frontman Paul Stanley is an average guy—or at least he’s got average-guy priorities: staying fit, having fun, and enjoying his family. We recently caught up with the 61-year-old rocker, who told us why he stopped eating like a kid, how he balances his family with his tour dates, and his secret to avoiding drugs and alcohol when a rock-and-roll lifestyle practically spoon feeds you opportunities to indulge.
How would you say your diet and fitness routine today differs from your lifestyle in the 70s and 80s?
My routine then was: Eat whatever’s in front of you. Youth is incredible because you really do feel invincible. I had no real routine as far as diet; I ate what I wanted to. Back then I tended to eat a lot of sugars. I ate a lot of cookies, a lot of ice cream; I didn’t eat a lot of proper food. I started working out, doing a formal workout right around 1980. That’s when I really decided I needed to get in shape and it may have been because you just start to see a decrease—a change in your body. The workout I was doing then would kill me today.
PAUL STANLEY TOURS NEW ROCK & BREWS PCH
Apr 16, 2013 | PAULSTANLEY.com
Last week Paul Stanley was checking out the new Rock & Brews PCH construction site. The progress is going strong and he was pleased with everything he saw. This place will be rock’n in no time at all. He even had a little bit of time to sign some of the crews’ hardhats.
Rock & Brews' Pacific Coast Highway is the second location in Southern California and is set to open later this spring!