Rock all-stars and 1980s non-makeup KISS cover band Kuarantine, featuring Fozzy frontman and multi-hyphenate superstar Chris Jericho, has released their latest single Silver Spoon ahead of the band’s performance this weekend at Creatures Fest. Press here to stream/download (or listen below). Silver Spoon was originally released by KISS in 1989 on the Hot In The Shade album. The new track, available via Madison Records with distribution by The Orchard, was the 2nd most added song this week on the Billboard Rock Indicator Chart and marks the fourth release from Kuarantine, who have been entertaining fans with their versions of KISS rarities and some good ol’ fashioned rock music.
“I’m pleasantly surprised as to how much attention and buzz Kuarantine has achieved since we released our first song only a few years ago!” shares Jericho. “Record companies…and groupies…have been sliding into our DMs daily with requests, offers, endorsements, and the question, ‘What’s the next track gonna be?’. Well, the time has come to unleash Silver Spoon and turn the rock n roll world into a damn zoo. Let us see all the animals.”
Kuarantine’s version of Silver Spoon has even drawn praise from Paul Stanley of KISS, who says, “My favorite song on Hot In The Shade by far. Sounds great…well done.”
Kuarantine first debuted in May 2020 with the release of No No No (listen here), which reached #25 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Charts. The band has since issued their versions of Heart Of Chrome (available here) featuring former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick and Love’s A Deadly Weapon (go here), amassing nearly half a million total views on their videos on YouTube and close to 200,000 total streams across DSPs.
Tomorrow, Saturday, May 28th, Kuarantine – Chris Jericho (vocals), Kent Slucher(drums), Joe McGinness (guitar), PJ Farley (bass) and Charlie Parra del Riego (guitar) – will be performing at Creatures Fest in Nashville, a three-day music festival that will see all four living former KISS members – Ace Frehley, Bruce Kulick, Peter Criss, Vinnie Vincent – playing at the same event for the first time. Kuarantine is also set to perform on Chris Jericho’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager At Sea: Four Leaf Clover, a four-night cruise from Miami to the Bahamas taking place February 2nd-6th, 2023.
Frontman and lead singer Chris Jericho has surrounded himself with a group of top-notch touring musicians for Kuarantine. Kent Slucher has been the powerhouse behind the kit for country music sensation Luke Bryan for the past 14 years, from small clubs to headlining stadiums and amphitheaters. Joe McGinness is a rising country singer/guitarist, who has shared the stage with artists such as Old Dominion, Florida Georgia Line and Granger Smith, and is also a member of KLASSIK ’78, a digital tribute to ‘70s KISS. Bassist PJ Farley rose to fame in the New Jersey-based gold-selling rock band Trixter, who toured with KISS, Poison, and Scorpions, before writing and recording two solo albums and eventually joining Fozzy in 2020. Newest band member Charlie Parra, who hails from Lima, Peru, is a global rock guitar YouTube sensation, amassing close to a million followers and over 176 million views on his channel.
In addition to his world-renowned wrestling career, first with World Wrestling Entertainment and now with All Elite Wrestling (AEW), Chris Jericho is the lead singer of the internationally successful rock band Fozzy, which released their eighth full-length album Boombox earlier this month.

5 Responses

  1. Love for them to cover Cadillac Dreams. Horns and all. Check out Shout It Out Loudcast for more CJ. Makes regular appearances. Eddie’s been on 2 times as well.

  2. Watch out cause Jericho is a wizard and he’ll throw a fireball in your face. Just ask that punk fake ass loser Eddie Kingston. JUDAS!

  3. First time I downloaded this song from Apple Music, all I could think about while listening to it was, “This sounds a lot like Paul Stanley.” Came to realize, IT IS PAUL STANLEY! Apple mixed up the tracks. When I downloaded it again, now it was the Chris Jericho version. I’ve always love this song from Hot in the Shade. Imagine if back in the day, KI$$ played more of their 80s songs in their sets, rather than playing the usual 70s hits. I will admit, however, that the Hot in the Shade tour was probably the best KI$$ tour I had ever seen, second only to the ’96 Reunion Tour.

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