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MUSIC NOTES: KISS Off to Town?

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Mar 19, 2001 | 11:50am EST

Maybe all that makeup has finally corroded their brains. The monster rockers of KISS are formally apologizing for forgetting where they were during an April 22 concert in Greenville, S.C. During the show, one of the group's giant video screens put up a graphic referring to the town as "Greenfield."

Oops.

"To our friends in GREENVILLE," the band said in a blame-it-on-the-stupid-techie ad taken out in a local newspaper last week. "… It has always been KISS's mission to give you the greatest rock and roll show and treat you with the respect you deserve."

So, how come only Greenville deserved that mea culpa?

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