WILL KISS’ “END OF THE ROAD” TOUR INCLUDE FORMER BAND MEMBERS? PAUL STANLEY SAYS “I WOULDN’T DISCOUNT ANY POSSIBILITIES”
The Associated Press reports:
…KISS frontman Paul Stanley says the band’s (second) farewell tour could include former members performing onstage.
In an interview in Atlantic City where he was promoting his artwork, Stanley told The Associated Press the band’s End of the Road world tour starting next year could include appearances by former members. He did not single out anyone by name, but living ex-members are guitarists Ace Frehley, Vinnie Vincent and Bruce Kulick, and drummer Peter Criss.
Since the tour was announced last month, KISS fans have been clamoring for a farewell that includes former members.
“I wouldn’t discount any possibilities,” said Stanley, who plays the Starchild character in the band. “I learned long ago to never say never. Would I negate the possibility of former members making appearances? Absolutely not. I don’t know in what capacity.”
That lineup is already rehearsing the farewell show, even as its elements remain undecided. Stanley said the set list will be expanded from the recent 16 songs to 25, adding the band has “thrown away every piece of hardware that we used on any of the previous tours and created a completely new show.”
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