Christie Eliezer of Australia’s Beat magazine caught up with KISS frontman Paul Stanley and bravely asked if he wears a wig. “No. But it’s interesting when I hear things like that,” Stanley responded. “It goes back to a superficial sense of what makes rock credible. That’s why the Kurt Cobains and Keith Richards are so appealing to a critic. They think they’re the real thing. You lie vicariously through them until they kill themselves. So if someone is bald and wears a wig, they can’t be the real thing. Or you can’t play great rock if you’re rich. These are creeds started by frustrated journalists!”
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