Kiss, Members of Nirvana Appearing on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon This Week

This week, Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show is celebrating the upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions with appearances from Kiss, Yusuf Islam (formerly known as Cat Stevens), Hall and Oates’ John Oates and Nirvana’s Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony takes place Thursday in New York.

The Tonight Show will kick off tonight with an appearance by John Oates sitting in with the Roots.

Tomorrow will feature a performance by Islam, while Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl will appear on Wednesday. No word on if the two Nirvana members will be performing together, since the night also includes Stevie Nicks as musical guest.

She’ll be performing at the induction ceremony in a tribute to honoree Linda Ronstadt, who is no longer able to sing.

The week will finish up on Friday with Kiss.

Dad Records Hilarious Videos of His Young Daughter’s Early Morning Antics– Every Saturday — for 3 Months

A Massachusetts dad used Vine to to showcase his 4-year-old daughter’s Saturday morning antics…. for three months.

Bottlerocket, whose real name is Tony, recently combined all of the Vines into one to make a video that has since gone viral – with over 540,000 views.

The videos show him staring into the camera as his youngest daughter jumps, leaps and boogies in the background- sometimes smacking him in the head with dolls or other toys.

Tony started making the videos when his young daughters started taking dance classes on Saturdays. It’s all in good fun and he said he’s not at all annoyed by his youngest daughter.

While most get the humor behind his videos, he has been hit with a few negative comments about his parenting with one comment telling him to “hang out with his kid” instead of staying on the computer.

‘SNL’ Short on 90′s Alterative Dudes is Brilliant

Possible genius Kyle Mooney has delivered a few brilliant digital shorts this season, but last night’s was maybe the Good Neighbor’s best since joining SNL. Mooney plays Chris, a high school class presidential hopeful and “alternative” douchebag. Anyone who attended high school between 1997 and 2008 will recognize his particular archetype immediately: JNCO jeans, chin beard, backwards hat. Possibly blaring some “good-ass” tunes.

KISS Finally Has The Cover Of Rolling Stone! Plus, More Drama Concerning Their RRHOF Induction

It’s been 40 years since KISS released their debut album and they are just now getting the cover of Rolling Stone.

The cover is an image of the band’s 1975 photo with the original lineup: Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, plus Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, who were both gone from the band by the early Eighties.

The cover story tells the story of the band and looks at the founding members’ lives and careers.

The story revealed that even Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons have had their differences. Stanley said: “We’ve always seen each other as brothers. What we seem to be at odds at is how you treat your brother. Gene’s priority, by far, has always been himself. And he’s not one to let anyone else’s feelings or contributions get in the way.”

They also explained exactly why they won’t be reuniting for a performance at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Stanley and Simmons offered to allow the former members to jam with the current lineup of guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer, but Ace and Peter found that insulting.

Peter Criss said: “I won’t be disrespected. How can you put me in the Hall of Fame and then tell me to go sit over there in the corner while another guy puts on my makeup and plays? That’s an injustice. To the fans, too.”

Simmons explained that Frehley and Criss “no longer deserve to wear the paint.”

He said: “The makeup is earned. Just being there at the beginning is not enough. And if you blow it for yourself, it’s your fault. You can’t blame your band members. ‘Oh, look what happened to me. Oh, poor me.’ Look at my little violin. I have no sympathy.”

Frehley said: “The reason they don’t want to perform with me and Peter is because the last time they did, they had to do a reunion tour. We play three songs, the fans go crazy. They don’t want to open up a can of worms.”

The story also includes Gene Simmons saying his touring days are almost be done.

He said: “I’m 64 now. Three more tours. Two, if I have a life change of some kind.”

The magazine goes on sale Friday but you can check out the story online right now.