In a special edition of the Morning Bull Podcast, the crew had a chance to chat with a classic rock legend, founding member of KISS, Paul Stanley.
He shares some memories of his time as a cab driver in New York, playing the Phantom in Toronto, and what it’s like to stay humble despite taking over the world as a literal rock star.
Once one’s famous, Paul argues, one’s true colors come through. So it doesn’t matter whether you’re a rich or poor, if you’re a jerk, you’ll always be a jerk. Paul didn’t quite use that word to explain himself though.
So to hear what he REALLY said, click on the audio above!