Peter Criss

Peter Criss co-founded KISS in 1973 along with Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, and Ace Frehley. He left the band in 1979, embarking on a solo career. In 1995, he reunited with KISS, resulting in a phenomenally successful world tour before he left the band again in 2004. Criss appeared in the HBO series "Oz" in 2002, and he continues to write and record music. His most recent solo album, 2007's "One for All", reached #36 on the "Billboard" Top Independent Album list.