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Paul Stanley calls groupie days an 'amazing, amazing part of my life'

Kiss front man Paul Stanley doesn’t regret his bacchanalian days with groupies in the ’70s one bit.

“It was an amazing, amazing part of my life and I enjoyed every moment,” he told Confidential. “I savored every moment and I remember most of those moments. Nobody got hurt and everybody was happy. It was interestingly, I have to say, all fairly innocent. What was so great was the lack of possessiveness and that everybody was having a good time.”

Now the Queens-raised rock star, 66, is happily married to second wife Erin Sutton and are parents to three small children. (Stanley also has an adult son from a previous marriage.) The singer says anyone who gets caught up in a rock style life is “pathetic.”

Stanley — real name Stanley Bert Eisen — is also an accomplished painter who describes his paintings as “celebrations of color, and color is an affirmation of life. I tend to be a very positive and appreciative person of life and everything you can attain with work. I tend to see my paintings as a celebration of that point of view.”

Stanley will be appearing at the Wentworth Gallery in Short Hills, N.J., on Saturday, where his paintings, sculptures and limited edition prints will be on sale.

He has no fears of being mocked for taking up a second career in the arts.

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