The musical phenomenon known as KISS is going on tour this summer - and the boys in the band want hire a military veteran to be their roadie.
NBC News reports that KISS is looking for a touring set carpenter to act as roadie during the band's tour with Mötley Crüe this summer. The tour starts July 14th and lasts through September 25th.
According to NBC:
The lucky veteran who gets the gig will be part of the team that assembles the KISS stage set, helps run effects during the show and takes down the set afterwards. Applicants do not need to be a trained carpenter, but will work long hours.
Anyone who wants to apply should email firstname.lastname@example.org and include their resume.
As Home Post reported previously, KISS is a big supporter of the military. In March of 2011, KISS gave Army Sgt. John Mann the thrill of a lifetime by bringing him onstage during a concert with 80,000 fans in attendance. Take a look: