Gene Simmons (KISS) returns with his unconventional family for an all-new season of A&E’s hit series Gene Simmons Family Jewels, premiering with a special one-hour episode on Tuesday, June 14 at 10:00 PM ET/PT.

Here’s a look at the new KISS Coffeehouse logo, which will be featured on a new line of merchandise this summer. The logo is simply a KISS Coffeehouse “spin” on the classic KISS Rock And Roll Over art (Rock And Roll Coffee). The background has also been slightly modified, with more of a focus/emphasis on the four KISS faces.

This new KISS Coffeehouse logo line of merchandise will include:
– T-Shirts
– Tank Tops
– Baseball Caps
– Travel Mugs
– Coffee Mugs
– Souvenir Cups
– Shot Glasss
– Tote Bags
– Frisbees
– Postcards
– Magnets

This new line of merchandise will be available this summer, only at the KISS Coffeehouse, and at

Last week in Los Angeles, Simmons and Paul Stanley took part in an event that set a Guinness world record while helping to create unity and communication between people in over 100 countries. The event, called KISS Live and Global, was presented and hosted by Ortsbo, the real-time social media language translation platform. Simmons also serves as an Ortsbo business partner and spokesperson.

Fans from all over the world who pre-registered at had the opportunity to interact with Simmons and Stanley in their native languages via a chat room. Questions and answers were instantly translated to and from up to 53 languages, allowing participants from all over the world to understand the entire event in their native tongues.

A ballroom at the Beverly Hills Hotel was transformed into a nightclub as Simmons and Stanley sat on stage by a computer, surrounded by KISS artifacts including guitars, a motorcycle, even the famed KISS Kasket.

Simmons manned the computer keyboard, demonstrating some truly impressive typing skills. The pair answered questions from around the world, dutifully talking up the Ortsbo technology and marveling at the power of being able to create a “one world” language on line.

Questions came in from over 100 countries and were translated into English for Simmons and Stanley, whose responses were then translated back into the native language of each chat participant. The chat set an official Guinness World Record for Most Nationalities In An Online Chat Room, and a post-show ceremony was held in front of the small stage.