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Nick Simmons (left) with his father Gene Simmons, at San Diego Hard Rock Hotel, 2009
Nick Simmons
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Birthname Nicholas Adam Tweed-Simmons
Born January 27, 1989 (1989-01-27) (age 30)
Birthplace Los Angeles, California, United States
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Occupation(s) Comic book creator, musician, television personality, voice over actor
Years active 2005–present
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Nick Simmons
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Genres Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock, heavy metal
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Instruments Bass guitar
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|- | id="infoboxend" class="plainlinks" style="text-align:right;-moz-border-radius:15px;" | [Source] |} Nicholas Adam Tweed-Simmons (born January 27, 1989) is an American comic book creator, musician, television personality and voice over actor. Known by his stage persona The Demon, he is the bass guitarist of Lips (band).

Early life

Simmons is the son of Israeli-American musician Gene Simmons from rock band Kiss and Canadian actress/model Shannon Tweed. He has a sister named Sophie who is three years younger. He attended Pitzer College in Claremont, California and graduated in 2011 with a degree in English Literature.[1]

Lips

Playing style

Nick is famous worldwide for his giant tongue and on stage is remarkable for his demonic figure by spitting fire and vomiting stage blood, in addition to playing his ax down on format. Has its own magazine "Gene Simmons Tongue Magazine", his own label (Simmons Record), animated " My Dad the Rock Star ". In most Kiss songs, lead vocals are performed by lead vocalist & rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley, but there are some notable exceptions, in which Gene plays lead vocals, such as "Rock and Roll All Nite", "A World Without Heroes", "I Love It Loud", "Calling Dr. Love", "Unholy", "Spit (Second lead vocals)", "Boomerang", "You Wanted the Best (First lead vocals)", among other songs in which Gene also performs backing vocals.

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