Happy Birthday Eric Singer! See His First KISS Setlist in 1992

KISS drummer Eric Singer turns 62-years-old today! He replaced the late KISS drummer Eric Carr (RIP) in 1991 and made his on-stage debut with the band on April 23rd, 1992. In honor of Singer's birthday, we're taking a look back at the setlist from his first concert with KISS.
It was the Revenge Tour's kickoff in San Francisco at The Stone. The tour was different than your typical KISS show because it featured the members performing WITHOUT their makeup / character costumes. Their album Revenge also marked a departure from their pop glam metal style and embraced a more heavy metal vibe.
Kickoff night featured a 22-song setlist, which carried two rare deep cuts, and three Revenge live debuts. The show opened up with "Love Gun" and the setlist included a lot of KISS staples like "Deuce," "Heaven's On Fire," "Shout It Out Loud," "Calling Dr. Love," and "Lick It Up."
KISS performing live on the "Revenge Tour" in 1992
The two gems they unearthed from their vault was "Parasite" and "100,000 Years," both performed for the first time since 1976. The live debuts included "Unholy" and "Take It Off." They ended the main set with their anthemic hit "Detroit Rock City" and came back out to encore three songs, including the live debut of "God Gave Rock 'n' Roll To You II" and a finale of "Rock and Roll All Nite."
Check out the entire setlist here:
After playing with KISS on and off through the following years, Singer became a permanent member of the band in 2004. He made his official debut in The Catman makeup on the 2001 "Farewell" Tour and hasn't looked back since!
Listen to the entire audio from that very show below:

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Last updated: 13 Aug 2020, 10:39 Etc/UTC