Proving once again that no venue is too large or small, to promote the brand, Kiss will appear today (February 4th) on CBS' The Price Is Right. posted, "The band was part of a prize where the contestant bid on tickets to a show in Louisville, Kentucky." Kiss, who are currently on their mammoth "End Of The Road" final tour, taped the episode back on December 3rd, to help promote the trek, that plays tonight in Spokane, Washington at Spokane Arena. The Price Is Right airs weekdays on CBS, check your local listings for stations and times.

Paul Stanley told that as excited as he is to be out on tour with Kiss, wrapping up the band's life on the road is far from being a heartbreaking event for him: "There's nothing bittersweet about this tour -- it's all sweet. What I've been given and what we've accomplished, and how we've been rewarded is indescribable. And look, I'm not Yoda -- I'm gonna say the end of something is the beginning of something else. I'm not going to change who I am and I'm not going to change my trajectory, and everything will go on."

We asked Gene Simmons if the fact that Kiss has now spanned several generations validates the importance of the band: "Yeah, it does. Y’know, despite the pundits and the peanut gallery and all the people who’ve never achieved anything in their lives and still live in their mother’s basement, and do the ‘bah humbug’ routine; I think they’re missing out on an important point, which is -- go out and enjoy life. It’s, like, the Scrooge mentality simply does not work. You can hate Kiss, but you’ll have the time of your life. Come to the show, you’ll love it."