The guitarist and co-lead singer of KISS, Paul Stanley, shared the song called ‘Unaware’ from soul music singer Allen Stone on his official Twitter account and gave some details about his love for soul music since his childhood.
Paul Stanley is well-known for his distinctive voice and his KISS persona, the Starchild. Stanley was the part of the writing process of many hit KISS songs but there’s an interesting detail about the background of his musical career. Which is, his interest in music was started with soul music.
The Starchild of KISS shared his favorite musicians while he was growing up. He also shares one of his recent favorite musicians Allen Stone and his song ‘Unaware’ with his fans.
Here’s what he wrote on his tweet on Twitter:
“Before English bands, I grew up listening to Philly Soul, Motown, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Sam Cooke on & on. As a kid, I saw Otis Redding and Solomon Burke. That music is at my core and not enough of it now. I LOVE Allen Stone. If you don’t know him to check out.”
You can see the reaction of the fans below.
A Twitter fan named Leticia Castro has shared her reaction to KISS frontmen’s post by using the comment section of Twitter and said:
“Scrumptious! That is a tune I totally hear YOU singing in Soul Station. Why not? He also loved the ‘live from his mother’s living room.’ Thank you, Paul. I needed smt to cheer up my night.”
Another Stanley fan, Carrie Kain, posted a comment and said:
“I love a diverse range in music.. it can only better you as a musician.”
A fan named Zakari also appreciated the music Stanley has shared and wrote:
“Very nice tune. The singer has a very rare quality in his voice. He has a voice and feel of a soul singer.”
You can see the original Twitter post below.
Before English bands I grew up listening to Philly Soul, Motown, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Sam Cooke on & on. As a kid I saw Otis Redding and Solomon Burke. That music is at my core and not enough of it now. I LOVE @AllenStone. If don’t know him check out.https://t.co/vitY7eXfbm
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) May 18, 2020