Crazy Crazy Nights: Kiss (Some Hidden Facts Revealed Gene Simmons)


- Crazy Nights is the fourteenth music album created by the American rock band Kiss. 

They recorded it between March and June 1987, and it was released on September 21, 1987, around the world by Mercury, and in the UK by Vertigo.

Songs like "Crazy Crazy Nights" and "Reason to Live" were regularly played at their concerts until Eric Carr passed away in 1991. Although "Crazy Nights" made a comeback during the Sonic Boom Over Europe Tour, the rest of the album has never been performed live.


Paul Stanley collaborated with songwriters Desmond Child, Diane Warren, and Adam Mitchell. They co-wrote songs like "Crazy Crazy Nights," "I'll Fight Hell to Hold You," and "When Your Walls Come Down" with Mitchell, and "Bang Bang You."

KISS is currently in the final year of their End of the Road tour, marking the last performances of their last-ever tour. They announced these farewell tour dates on The Howard Stern Show on March 1, 2023.

The single from the album reached number 65 on the Billboard Hot 100a chart in the United States on October 31, 1987, and it reached number 37 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart.

"Crazy Crazy Nights" achieved more commercial success in the United Kingdom, peaking at number four. This made it Kiss's first top-ten single in the UK.

- Gene Simmons, the co-founder of the band Kiss, has a net worth of $400 million.

Before marrying his long-time partner, former Playboy playmate Shannon Tweed, in 2011, Gene Simmons had live-in relationships with celebrities like Cher and Diana Ross. They had been dating for 28 years before getting married.