Kiss To Perform For Sharks In Australia Kiss is taking their show under the sea at a special concert for a few fans and sharks in Australia.
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Kiss To Perform For Sharks In Australia

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Kiss To Perform For Sharks In Australia

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Kiss is taking their show under the sea at a special concert for a few fans and sharks in Australia.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Matt Waller operates tours off the coast of Australia. He plays rock music on underwater speakers for great white sharks.

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MATT WALLER: The vibration goes out and brings the sharks in from great distances, and everybody has a great day.

GREENE: He and the rock band KISS are taking their show under the sea for a live concert. The charity event with Airbnb next month is open to eight people and all sharks. No word on how KISS' makeup is going to hold up underwater.

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