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Army veteran lives dream as KISS roadie

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PHOENIX -

They are one of the biggest rock bands in history, and certainly the most recognizable. Friday night, KISS mania took over the valley.

KISS together with Motley Crew hit the stage out in west Phoenix, at the Ashley Home Store Furniture Pavilion.

It's part of the "biggest, baddest rock tour."

But there's someone very special traveling with them on the tour. His name is Paul Jordon, and he's one of the roadies.

His job is to set up and break down equipment. But he's no ordinary roadie.

Jordon is a hero, a military veteran who was given the unique opportunity to go out on tour with KISS.

KISS teamed up with US Chamber of Commerce on an initiative called "Hiring Our Heroes." The goal is to get more employers to hire veterans.

FOX 10's Kristen Keogh reports.

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