Governor McMaster presents proclamation to rock band KISS

Gov. Henry McMaster stands with KISS after presenting them with a proclamation before their...
Gov. Henry McMaster stands with KISS after presenting them with a proclamation before their show at Colonial Life Arena on Tuesday night.(Trey Walker)
Updated: Feb. 12, 2020 at 11:58 AM EST
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - Before the iconic rock band KISS took the stage in Columbia on Tuesday, they were greeted by Gov. Henry McMaster with a very special gift.

McMaster presented a proclamation to the foursome at Colonial Life Arena declaring Feb. 11 as KISS Day.

The band is currently on their “End of the Road” world tour that includes 71 more stops as of Wednesday.

According to RIAA, KISS has earned 30 gold albums, 14 platinum albums, and three multi-platinum albums.

If you missed the legendary group, their next closest stop will be in Atlanta, Ga. on Sept. 8.

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