PAUL STANLEY Discusses Hearing Loss With CLEAR CHANNEL Radio (Audio)

KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley was interviewed by Clear Channel radio national entertainment correspondent Steven Gregory in Los Angeles regarding his efforts to bring attention to noise-induced hearing loss amongst teens. This is all part of Paul‘s work as spokesperson for the world-renowned House Research Institute.

One segment aired during the morning and one in the evening. Both segments can now be heard in the YouTube clips below.

Stanley was born with level-three microtia — a deformity of the outer ear cartilage where there is no ear canal.

“I can’t hear on that side,” Stanley told “Good Day New York”.

Stanley, has teamed up with the non-profit House Research Institute on a major initiative called “It’s How You Listen That Counts” to educate millions of teens around the world on preventing noise-induced hearing loss.

 

 

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