Producer Kenny Kerner sat down with rock journalist Mitch Lafon to discuss his involvement in KISS first two albums: 'KISS' & 'Hotter Than Hell'. The albums both released 40 years ago in 1974 were co-produced by Kerner and Richie Wise. During the interview Kerner reminisces about KISS' showcase concert at New York City's Le Tang's Ballet Studio in 1973, picking KISS' demo tape out of a box left outside Neil Bogart's office, working on KISS' first and second album, working with Richie Wise, managing, music business advice, his impressions of all the members of KISS as well as Neil Bogart, Sean Delaney and his particular fondness for longtime KISS manager, Bill Aucoin. Kerner also offers his opinion as to why the first two KISS albums weren't commercial successes and why he was fired and thus prevented from being involved in KISS' third album, 'Dressed To Kill'. This one hour interview explores in depth two of American rock's most iconic albums from one of rock's most iconic bands, KISS. Kenny also talks about his current venture 'The Cool School - For Music Business Studies'.