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Concert review - KISS - Seneca Niagara Casino, Niagara Falls, NY - August 19, 2017

Review by John Jeffrey, Photos By Thomas S. Orwat Jr.

Niagara Falls, NY - When it was announced earlier in the year that KISS would be playing a special outdoor concert at the Seneca Niagara Casino, I knew from seeing the Hollywood Vampires (featuring Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp) playing the same setup a year prior, that KISS' show would have to be scaled down to fit the confines of the venue.  This is not unfamiliar territory for KISS, as several of the shows that they are performing on this leg of the "KISS World" tour are 'one-off' type shows, which have the band playing venues you normally wouldn't be seeing them perform in.  While KISS drummer, Eric Singer, likened the situation to putting "10 pounds of bologna in a 5 pound bag," many people wondered exactly how scaled down their show would be, in order to fit the room they were allotted in the casino parking lot.

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