About the band


What would KISS have sounded like if they came from Jamaica? The answer might be - like Reggae Kiss!

Third album "Love Mon" out now!

Everything started off as a fun jam session in the rehearsal room, followed by a creative evening in the studio. The song ”I stole your love” from the album Love Gun was recorded as a reggae song and uploaded to YouTube the same night. Soon both Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons shared the news about Reggae Kiss on the social media channels, and the jungle drum was pounding. 

More songs were recorded and recognized by KISS themselves as well as fans from all over the world. Both Kiss nerds and reggae enthusiasts praised the new versions of the old classics and screamed for more. The debut album was released in 2018 and after a long wait the band finally did a live appearance early 2021 showing the world that the music not only works as a studio project. It works even better in a live setting! 

During 2020 the band went into the studio to produce a second full length album, filled with both classics as well as deep cuts from KISS extensive career. For this second effort Reggae Kiss featured three special guest artists. Reggae legend Eek-A-Mouse, ABBA guitarist Janne Schaffer and former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick. The album was released in the fall of 2021.

In June 2023 the band released their third full length album "Love Mon" to much praise and just weeks later followed with an original single called "We Want to Play on the KISS Kruise". A message that quite clearly conveys the message that the band should be invited to the KISS Kruise.