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    "Good Morning America Weekend" co-anchor Kate Snow tries out the Kiss "flying machine" on her backstage tour with singer-guitarist Paul Stanley of Kiss.
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    Kate Snow and Kiss band co-founder Paul Stanley try out the hydraulic lift on the stage.
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    Paul Stanley shows Kate Snow the lights and pyrotechnics on stage before a KISS concert at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, N.Y.
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    Kate Snow tries on Paul Stanley's famous six-inch-high boots in the Kiss wardrobe room backstage.
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    Kiss singer-guitarist Paul Stanley shows "Good Morning America Weekend" co-anchor Kate Snow his crystal-covered guitar.
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    A sneak peak into singer-bassist Gene Simmons' closet backstage at a Kiss show in Long Island, N.Y.
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    Kate Snow interviews Kiss just hours before the band goes onstage for their show at the Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, N.Y.
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    Kiss began 35 years as a band of four. Two co-founders remain, but there have been a few revolving musicians. There's new drummer Eric Singer, left, singer-guitarist-co-founder Paul Stanley, replacement guitarist Tommy Thayer and longtime bassist-co-founder Gene Simmons.
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    Kiss gets a parting shot with Kate Snow after the interview.
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