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JOHN 5 To Guest At ‘Gene Simmons Vault’ Event In Las Vegas

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Monday, 12 November 2018
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Former MARILYN MANSON and current ROB ZOMBIE guitarist John 5 has announced that he will be a guest at the “Gene Simmons Vault” event on December 2 at Kiss By Monster Mini Golf in Las Vegas, Nevada.

He tweeted: “Big news I will be a Guest at the @genesimmons vault in Las Vegas Dec 2nd at Monster Mini Golf at the Rio 12.00 noon it’s going to be Epic @knightsinsatanservice”

John 5 is a noted collected of KISS memorabilia and showcases this on his @knightsinsatanservice Instagram page regularly.

“Gene Simmons Vault” gives fans the chance to meet the Demon of KISS directly, get a personal item from his own archives handed to them by the man himself, listen to a 50-year showcase of tunes and get items signed, photos taken, and much more.

Gene began personally delivering copies of his new box set, “Gene Simmons – The Vault Experience: 1966-2016”, in January.

“Gene Simmons – The Vault Experience: 1966-2016” is a comprehensive box set of Gene‘s solo material that comes packaged in a safe. The set includes 150 previously unreleased songs spread over 10 discs, a leather-bound photo book, a Gene Simmons action figure, an “In Gene We Trust” gold medallion and a “surprise item.”

To find out more, visit genesimmonsvault.com.

Last year, John 5 — real name: John William Lowerytook partial credit for reuniting Frehley and Gene Simmons at the former KISS guitarist’s February 2017 concert in Beverly Hills, California, marking the first time the KISS legends were photographed together since their 2014 induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.

John 5 told Seattle Music Insider that he “wanted to be like KISS” when he first started to play guitar. “[I] loved KISS growing up,” he said. “Who didn’t?” John 5 revealed in a separate interview with Digital Trends that KISS‘s 1977 classic “Love Gun” was the first album he connected with. “It’s got a great cover. I loved it. I was, like, ‘Oh my God — these are monsters with guitars!’ I was so young then.”

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