Kiss singer Paul Stanley spoke in an interview with Cnbc about the band’s upcoming tour.
“A big Kiss tour begins in late January. Not yet announced, so don’t tell anyone [laughs]. This will be the biggest tour we’ve ever done, with the biggest show we’ve ever done ”
The confirmation comes shortly after the band record the phrase “The End Of The Road”, leading to rumors of a retirement. Kiss already did a farewell tour in 2000.
Gene Simmons spoke with the Chicago Sun-Times about a chance of KISS make a farewell tour. Rumors appeared after the news that the band would have registered the phrase “The End Of The Road”.
“There will be a farewell at some point,” he said. “We can’t keep playing forever. We are a hard working band in show business. If [Mick] Jagger put on like my dragon boots, he would not last half an hour.”
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