Having had pets in the past, very little information has been published as of 2023 about Peter Criss’s fur family.
December 20, 1945 (78)
Peter Criss is a noteworthy American musician, most recognized as the original drummer and co-vocalist of the rock band KISS. Known for his distinct “Catman” persona, Criss played a vital role in shaping the band’s iconic image and sound.
Criss’ discography boasts an extensive collection of albums, both as a member of KISS and as a solo artist. One of his most noteworthy contributions is his lead vocals on the hit song “Beth,” which was featured on KISS’s 1976 album “Destroyer.” This song, in particular, has seen critical and commercial success, becoming one of the band’s most iconic tunes. His solo career includes the self-titled album “Peter Criss” which was part of four simultaneously released solo albums by the members of KISS.
Throughout his illustrious career, Criss has worked with a host of artists, creating a network of collaborations. Among these are KISS co-members Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, and Ace Frehley. Beyond KISS, Criss has worked with notable musicians such as Mike McCarty, Stan Penridge, and Vini Poncia, each bringing a unique flavor to his music. He also joined forces with artists like Bob Ezrin, Sean Delaney, and Michael Bolton during his solo work.
In recognition of his significant contributions to the music industry, Peter Criss has received numerous awards and honors. His notable hit, “Beth,” for instance, earned the People’s Choice Award for Favorite New Song in 1977. Moreover, his enduring legacy with KISS led to their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014, a testament to their long-lasting impact on the world of rock music.