The members of a KISS tribute band took the mission to be the most well liked band on the planet to new heights over the weekend when one in all its members caught hearth throughout a dwell efficiency.
Hairball guitarist Bobby Jenson was captured on video performing in full Paul Stanley make-up and apparel at a latest present in Sioux Metropolis, Iowa. As he started enjoying “Detroit Rock Metropolis,” a spark from the band’s pyrotechnics hit him behind the pinnacle, igniting his lengthy hair virtually instantly.
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Within the video, a band member might be seen rapidly attempting to douse the flames earlier than calmly calling on stagehands to do one thing. Two males rapidly run out and handle to extinguish the blaze. Remarkably, Jenson didn’t cease singing or miss a single chord throughout the entire ordeal. When the hearth was lastly out, he merely continued with the present as if nothing had occurred.
“I dwell an Evil Knievel sort of life, so if I am on hearth just a little bit, I do not care, that is simply a part of the enjoyable,” the rocker informed Final Traditional Rock. “I knew I used to be on hearth immediately, and that wasn’t a wig, that’s my hair. It was very nice and foofy earlier than the present, now I’ve a significantly better Alice Cooper reduce.”
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Jensen claims that the real-life KISS reached out to him shortly after the video was posted to ask if he was OK, which he says he’s. Luckily, the band has been enjoying for practically roughly 15 years and are professionals on the subject of dwell performing. Within the second, Jensen stated that he knew his crew would take excellent care of him, so there was no must cease the present.
“We at all times put together for it. That’s why you didn’t see me freak out. I’ve 100 % religion in my guys that they’ll get to me and put me out. So I simply thought, ‘I’ll sing to everyone whereas I’m on hearth.’”
Hairball does much more than simply KISS covers. The band boasts itself as a rock and roll expertise that prides itself on doing equivalent homages to bands like Van Halen, KISS, Motley Crue, Queen, Journey, Aerosmith and extra.
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