KISS

Venus And Mars/Rock Show

(Venus And Mars, 1975)

Throughout the 1970s KISS dominated the US airwaves and charts, and by the end of that decade they were America’s most popular live act. Their powerhouse rock & roll shows were matched only by their ubiquity: KISS masks, pinball machines and comic books were everywhere. A 1994 tribute album included contributions from such unlikely KISS fans as Stevie Wonder and Garth Brooks.