To promote their End Of The Road tour, KISS performed Love Gun on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon last night (October 30th), watch the production below.

The band recently announced their North American tour dates starting January 31st in Vancouver, BC and wrapping up on April 13th in Birmingham, AL. To see the entire schedule, please click here.

KISS Army fan club presales began today, October 31st, at 10 am local time through Citi is the official presale credit card for the End of the Road World Tour. As such, Citi cardmembers will have access to purchase U.S. presale tickets also beginning October 31st at 12:00pm local time until Thursday, November 1st at 10:00pm local time through Citi’s Private Pass program. For complete presale details visit Tickets to the general public will go on sale starting November 2nd at 10am local time at Live Nation.

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  • jeffrey heffernan on

    well at least on the cruise ace ,and bruce and the rest of the band came out to do 2000 man last night,that was cool

  • RTunes68 on

    Few comments:

    1- Paul has already said that former members are invited to join them onstage for a song or two.
    2- The band will be playing to a wide audience – not just KISS fanatics, like at the KISS Kruise. So it’s kind of ridiculous to demand that they play deep cuts.
    3- Pre-recorded vocals or not, Paul sounded better than he has recently. If this is what it takes to get through a tour, so be it. I’d rather hear this than the caterwauling he’s been doing the past couple of tours.

    • Myk on

      I think it’s ridiculous for KISS or yourself to think their shows ( co-headline not included) aren’t attended by fanatics more than casual fans and nobody is “demanding” they play deep cuts only hoping.

  • shannon mehaffey on

    I don’t understand why people have to “meet” these rock stars, etc…I mean, going out of your way to do it? I “met” Paul in ’88 and he completely ignored me….lol…..maybe because I looked to much like a clown …even though I wasn’t trying…but seriously, who cares about this stuff? I have my records and I much rather have a relationship with them through their art…hearing Ace’s fluid bass work on “Save Your Love” for example where in the bridge he goes down the scale and finishes on that open E right as the guitar solo kicks in…I mean that has to be one of the coolest moves I’ve ever heard. It sounds like he’s opening up the door and telling this babe to take a hike…lol….it totally works with that song….now, how am I supposed have a discussion about this with Ace? He would just go “ack” and probably wonder what I was talking about…so, I stick to the records pretty much.

    • genesraccoonwig on

      Kiss only want your money – they give a rats ass about their fans.

    • shannon mehaffey on

      Welll…..a lot, most?, Kiss fans aren’t too bright…lol….Ed knows how these bands actually feel about their fans….and do you blame ’em? Lol….I didn’t say that….yes I did.

    • el loco on

      Hope you’re not insinuating that most Kiss fans are dim because the music is just simple rock’n roll, which would suggest that Yes or Rush fans must almost all be highly intelligent because the music is much more complex – I am a Kiss fan (as well as a fan of Rush) and now I have to go look for my university degrees – if I didn’t just dream them – lol

    • Dana on

      The Beatles, before all the psychedelics, were the masters of writing simplistic, melodic songs.

      BTW, writing those types of songs, is actually incredibly difficult. Additionally, those tunes tend to become the biggest hits, because they are usually catchy, and people cannot stop singing them.

    • el loco on

      I’d rather say that the Beatles songs seem to be simplistic, or rather: catchy but underneath many of them are actually quite sophisticated, and just so in their later songs – to seemingly effortlessly combine these two things is what one might call mastery.

    • Dana on

      If you noticed I mentioned pre-psychedelic era Beatles.

      While I will agree songs, such as Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown), due to Harrison having to learn to play the sitar, and. Paperback Writer (one of my favorite, if not my favorite Beatles songs), because of the vocal harmonies, are a bit more complex.

      However, She Loves You and, I Want To Hold Your Hand, not so much. But, that does not take away from the commercial success of those tunes, regardless of their simplicity.

  • James K. on

    Paul sounds horrible! His vocals are even falling behind the music a bit. He even sat out on the chorus at one point. It’s hard watching childhood heroes getting older and showing cracks in their talent. I know it’s probably more to do with his age and decades of touring and that can be expected, but it’s still hard to see and hear it.

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