Shout it out loud! Simmons tells AP movie about KISS '75 visit to Cadillac is a go
KISS bass player and noted "God of Thunder" Gene Simmons says a film about his band's visit to Cadillac, MI in 1975 is now fully funded and in pre-production.
Talk about "Cadillac Dreams!"
According to Cadillac High School's then assistant football coach, Jim Neff, the town's team was using KISS' music to motivate their players in what went on to become a spectacular winning season.
The film was reportedly offered $8.2 million in incentives from the Michigan Film Office back in 2012.
While "Detroit Rock City" may be one of the band's biggest hits, it's the time they Rock-n-Rolled all night in Cadillac that will be told on the big screen.
You can check out some small screen stories of the most famous people ever to visit Cadillac, Michigan below.