GENE SIMMONS RECALLS WRITING SONGS WITH BOB DYLAN

posted by Aaron Zytle - 

Gene Simmons says that amazingly, writing songs with his hero Bob Dylan was a relatively normal experience. Fans were shocked when Simmons' 2004 solo set Assh*ole featured the Simmons/Dylan co-write "Waiting For The Morning Light,” which the pair wrote back in 1991. Simmons' recently released, massive collection -- Gene Simmons: The Vault Experience -- which celebrates the Kiss co-founder's 50 years in music, closes with a 15-minute snippet of his songwriting session with Dylan.

SIDE NOTES

  • Gene Simmons' Vault Experience "offers a unique look into 'The Demon's' colorful life, including never-before-released songs, photos, stories and collectible items.
  • Additionally, every Vault will be personally delivered to each fan by Simmons himself. Gene Simmons: The Vault Experience begins with a personal delivery, by Simmons himself, of a numbered, limited-edition, 17-inch by 25-inch, 38-pound Vault, during Simmons' Vault World Tour set to take place January 2018 through December 2018.
  • Among the highlights in the 150 songs included in the 10-CD set are his 1977 demos with Eddie and Alex Van Halen for "Christine Sixteen," "Got Love For Sale," and "Tunnel Of Love."


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