As busy as I claim to be, I've still got the greatest job in the world.
We're really in control; that's the difference. We were out of control then.
We're playing the Superbowl this year, we're opening up before the coins drop.
I'm from Brooklyn. I grew up very poor- seven people, four rooms. My dad had no education.
The magic's back and we're in a time tunnel, feeling like when we were in our 20s back in the 1970s.
We're much more controlled now. We were kids back then, we each had our own demons. It was insanity.
I deal with guys in their 20s and early 30s who are presidents of companies, who are movie directors.
Three times during the show the drums are lifted over the audience - I go up and out, right, left and back.
Cool things happen. Ace's guitar flies through space, goes through a hole, and blows up. I throw drumsticks and they come flying at you.
What I love about being a member of KISS is that we're the 'John Glenns' of rock - we always have to be the first in anything we do, and I love that.