Kiss: Symphony Trailer

Kiss: Symphony Trailer (2003)

"Melbourne, Australia (2003-02-28)" 28 February 2003 Music 219 mins

Kiss's performance in Melbourne, Australia, on February 28th, 2003, at Telstra Dome, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Campbell.

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Peter Criss

as Drums

Paul Stanley

as Vocals, Guitars

Gene Simmons

as Bass, Vocals

Tommy Thayer

as Guitars

International Titles

Kiss: Alive IV Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 28 February 2003

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