Will Kiss ever sell its catalog? ‘How much did you get?’ Jane Simmons says

Will KISS sell its catalog?  'How much did you get?'  Jane Simmons says

Jane Simmons He hinted that he and Kiss founding partner Paul Stanley We are open to selling the entire band’s back catalog and associated brands at “the right price”.

Bruce SpringsteenAnd Paul SimonAnd Bob DylanAnd Stevie Nicks And Neil Young They are some of the iconic musicians who have recently sold significant rights to their music, whether it is for publication only or original recordings, known as The Masters. Investors, major music companies and private equity firms have invested billions in buying song catalogs, believing that rising streaming and growing music revenue will make acquiring song rights so profitable in the long run that they can be exploited for up to 70 years after a musician’s death.

He was asked in a new interview with A Journal of Musical Things if Kiss She will sell her catalog to anyone, Simmons He said: How many do you have? Bob Dylan He sold his things for $300-400 million. The problem – and I love the man and worship the ground he walks on – but [his music] It wouldn’t mean much to a 20-year-old. they do not care “Times are changing”And Maggie’s farm – They just don’t. Very few pieces of music stand the test of time. what Kiss No other music entity owns trademarks. Our faces are bigger than music, bigger than anything else.

the Kiss The guitarist/vocalist continued:Springsteen It just sold for $500 million and what you get is music, not pictures. I’ve never seen Springsteen cartoon or comic book or action characters. Kiss is the only one. So what you buy – if anyone does the right price – you are buying images that have stood the test of time. Our measurement is Santa Clause/Superman: Images are trademarked so that no one can reproduce them. No other musical act has it.”

a year ago, Kiss confrontation leader Paul Stanley Tell Absolute classic rock That the idea of ​​older musicians selling their copyright in millions of deals made perfect sense to him. “As far as I know, we only get one flight on this Earth,” he said, “and you can’t take it with you, so I totally got that.” “If there is money that you can have that will make your life better, why not? It is a different business model, but it makes perfect sense… At some point in your career you look at what you have created and what it is worth. Artists do it; that is the essence of painting.” You don’t hide your artwork – you sell it.”

Kiss They remain among the most widely traded bands in history and a leading force in the music merchandise and licensing industry, with KissBranded merchandise is available at major retailers around the world, including Nordstrom, Macy’s, Urban Outfitters, Hot Topic, Torrid, Tilly’s, Pacsun, Cotton On, Revolve, Nasty Gal, Princess Polly, Target, Walmart, Kohl’s and many more.

Last Kiss Offers included in North America dead skates coffee, for prepackaged coffee in the United States; Collaboration with fashion and accessories Robert Graham in the United States; high-end clothing with Lauren Moshe in the United States; A line of seasonal clothing with ugly christmas sweater For Holiday 2021 in the United States in the international market, recent strategic partnerships include Brands for the masses for gin and black rum in Europe, Japan and Australia; metal sections to gamble with real money all over the world; Fexpro for clothing and accessories in Mexico, Central America and South America; Connect for clothing and accessories in Japan. And East Buck For bags, backpacks and accessories in Europe, the United States, the Middle East, Asia and Canada; Among several others.

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