Paul Stanley Names The Guitarist Who Is Never Duplicated But Often Imitated


In a recent tweet, KISS’ Paul Stanley revealed the guitarist who has been frequently imitated by several musicians but has never been duplicated by anyone.

KISS was formed in 1973 by Stanley and Simmons and was among the most famous rock acts of the ’70s alongside Aerosmith, Heart, and Boston. KISS toured with Aerosmith in 2003 on their Rocksimus Maximus Tour, and although it was supposed to be KISS’s farewell tour, the band is currently doing the End Of The Road tour.

As you may have noticed, Stanley is quite active on social media. He mainly uses his social media accounts to share news about himself or reveal his opinions on various topics. Recently, the guitarist posted a tweet to wish Aerosmith’s Joe Perry a happy birthday. Moreover, he claimed in the tweet that Perry is a guitarist ‘often imitated but never duplicated.’

Joe Perry is a talented guitarist who has been with Aerosmith since the band’s formation. Apart from his career in Aerosmith, he has also made other contributions to several artists, such as KISS’ Gene Simmons’ solo album. Born on September 10, 1950, the guitarist celebrated his 71st birthday, and despite his age, he is still passionate about making music.

Paul Stanley’s tweet read:

“Happy Birthday to the one and only Joe Perry! Often imitated but never duplicated.”

You can check out Stanley’s tweet below.