Frontman Of KISS Tribute Band Completely Unphased Despite Catching On Fire Mid-Performance
Frontman Of KISS Tribute Band Completely Unphased Despite Catching On Fire Mid-Performance
Frontman Of KISS Tribute Band Completely Unphased Despite Catching On Fire Mid-Performance
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Frontman Of KISS Tribute Band Completely Unphased Despite Catching On Fire Mid-Performance

By Will Armstrong

Lead guitarist and singer of a KISS cover band proves the true spirit of metal as his hair catches on fire following shots of flame on-stage. Contrary to what most of us would do, the man continues his performance, clearly unphased by the accident.

Amidst a gig that took place in Sioux City, Iowa, shocked concert goers found themselves gobsmacked as Bobby Jensen, KISS cover band's frontman's hair is set alight by the flames that shot out from behind him on the stage.

Although, it wasn't just the fact that the man was quite literally on fire that left the crowd bemused - but rather how the Paul Stanley-double managed to flawlessly continue his performance whilst playing guitar without skipping a single note, despite his long hair beaming in flames. As the singer continued shamelessly, backstage crew immediately hop out onto the stage to put out the flames. And quite rightly so, seen as the geezer is a little too busy rocking out and screaming the spirit of rock 'n' roll.

Speaking to Ultimate Classic Rock, Jensen recounts his experience with a lighthearted attitude: "I live an Evil Knievel kind of life, so if I'm on fire a little bit, I don't care, that's just part of the fun. I knew I was on fire right away, and that wasn't a wig, that's my hair. It was really nice and foofy before the show, now I have a much better Alice Cooper cut. It got a little warm on my head, and some of it's burned off, but it still doesn't look bad.

"I have 100% faith in my guys that they'll get to me and put me out. So I just thought, 'I'll sing to everybody while I'm on fire," he added.

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