KISS ‘Alive!’ Handwritten Letters Up For Auction, Could Fetch $150k
KISS fans around the world have a unique chance to own a piece of rock and roll history with the upcoming auction of two handwritten letters from the band’s iconic 1975 album, “Alive!”. The letters, which were written by band members Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley, are expected to fetch up to $150,000 at the upcoming auction.
The letters, which were written in 1975, were sent to KISS’s record label, Casablanca Records, as part of the band’s push for a larger budget for the album. The letters are signed by all four members of the band and contain their individual requests for more money to cover studio costs.
The letters are being auctioned off by Los Angeles-based auction house, Heritage Auctions. The auction will take place on May 27th and is expected to draw a large crowd of KISS fans from around the world.
The letters will be available for viewing ahead of the auction, and will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Bidding for the letters will be done online, and the auction house will be utilizing the latest in auction technology to ensure a secure and transparent bidding process.
The letters are a unique piece of rock and roll history, and are sure to be a prized possession for any KISS fan. With the auction set to take place soon, it’s sure to be a heated bidding war between KISS fans around the world.