Kiss Tribute Band “Dressed to Kill” Coming to Duncan, OK! [VIDEO]
You wanted the best you got the best...Kiss tribute band Dressed to Kill are coming to Duncan, OK. this Friday night (10-28-16) to the Simmons Center live in concert! It will be the perfect way to kick off your Halloween season. Z94 the concert connect will have your shot at scoring FREE TICKETS!
PRESS RELEASE: CTAC (Chisholm Trail Arts Council) Live with support from the Duncan Regional Hospital proudly present DTK (Dressed to Kill), a Kiss tribute band based out of Tulsa, OK. DTK are considered by many to be one of the best Kiss cover bands around.
The band formed back in 2005 and features: Thad Timothy as Paul Stanley, Mickie Knight as Ace Frehley, Joe Hillenburg as Peter Criss and Gregg Shipman as Gene Simmons. DTK has performed with Bruce Kulick, long time lead guitar player of Kiss at the Kansas City Kiss Expo and have been featured performers at several prestigious regional events such as Rocklahoma, the Tulsa State Fair, Kansas' Neewollah Festival, several motorcycle rallies and dozens of historical venues. Among these DTK has headlined at the legendasy Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, OK.
DTK has played multiple shows for crowds of thousands and has been a frequent entertainment partner with regional charities such as Turn Tulsa Pink, Cancer Sucks, Make A Wish and A Soldier's Wish.
Entering in their second decade as a Kiss tribute band, DTK brings the big show to Duncan, OK's Simmons Center for an intimate Kiss experience you can't get in an arena. See why Kiss fans have for years claimed that DTK is the next best thing to the real thing. They are Kiss fans too and their attention to detail is what sets them apart. The iconic characters as well as faithful reproduction of the music and show elements will come to life in a blistering, classic Kiss style rock n' roll party when Dressed to Kill takes the stage this Friday night.
Advance tickets are on sale now so if you can't wait to win call (580)-252-4160 or visit www.chisholmtrailarts.com to preorder. Tickets are also available at the Simmons Center box office day of show. Tickets prices are $10.00 for Students (18 & Under) $15.00 for Seniors/Active Service and $20.00 for adults.