Three Sides of the Coin

Three Sides of the Coin is a KISS podcast featuring Michael Brandvold, Mitch Lafon and Tommy Sommers.

Michael Brandvold launched the 5th website on the internet devoted to KISS, KISS Otaku. He went on the build, launch and maintain Kissonline.com KISS’ official website. Mitch Lafon first interviewed Gene Simmons in 1980 and has since interviewed nearly all members of KISS, many more than once. He produced and released a Ace Frehley tribute CD, Return of the Comet. Tommy Sommers has been a fan since 1976 and has seen them in concert dozens of times. He spent many years on the record show circuit selling memorabilia and meeting many KISS fans.

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10 thoughts on “Three Sides of the Coin

  1. Hey really enjoy 3 sides.This one with Eddie Cannon is a gem .I loved the inside information even if it takes the gloss off some of the members. The” original members only” club may get some understanding of why some things happened and the class that Eric,Tommy carry with themselves. I know from the movie Cool Hand Luke “Some people you just can’t reach”.

  2. Wow, that was a great interview. Mr. Kannon came across as knowledgeable and thoughtful, but without an axe to grind. And you guys asked great questions. I just happened to catch this one show/recording–what a gem.

    Jeff

  3. The Eddie Kanon shows may be the peak (so far) of the Three Sides show…the “insider’s point of view” perfectly compliments what you guys are doing. If only Bill Aucoin were still here.

  4. Love the Three Sides podcast!
    I would like to suggest a topic: the lengths that KISS went through to hide their faces and identities up until 1983.
    Also, would love to see “Big John Harte interviewed or discussed.

    Thanks for the awesome podcast!

    Luke

  5. I’m really enjoying the podcasts! I would like to know what all of your’e favorite and least favorite of the 78 solo albums are and why.

    Thanks a lot Guys.

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