Kiss has been on the End of the Road tour for more than a year, and they’ve already revealed the date of their final gig, which will take place in New York City on July 17, 2021. Longtime manager Doc McGhee has hinted in a recent interview that the final Kiss show could feature more than just the four current Kiss members — singer and bassist Gene Simmons, singer and guitarist Paul Stanley, electric guitarist Tommy Thayer, and drummer Eric Singer. McGhee told Pollstar, “It’s going to be fantastic.” “It’ll be deserving of the end of the road. It will undoubtedly be worthy of the 45 years of Kiss, particularly the last month.
For their final show, Kiss wants to invite all of their former members
“We want to honor everyone, and we may invite all of the previous members to attend. That’s something we’d like to do. Nobody says, “We despise this guy; we despise that guy; we want everyone who wants to come out to come out.” “Would we welcome Ace or Peter to leap up onstage for a song or two?” he questioned of original members Peter Criss and Ace Frehley. Yes, of course. Could we rely on Ace or Peter to perform a full set every night? ‘Not on your fucking life,’ says the narrator. What is his justification? “So you don’t have three chances in life. You just get one shot. Ace and Peter, on the other hand, have been given three opportunities.
They were in and out of the band three times, each time being sacked. All the clichés are clichés when it comes to bad behavior and being unprofessional. On social media, Frehley retaliated, claiming that Simmons and Stanley are “control freaks, untrustworthy, and too difficult to work with.” “Can he come to the shows?” Simmons asked simply of Vinnie Vincent, a guitarist from the early 1980s. Yes, of course! Anyone can do it. But what about onstage? Never.” In Simmons’ opinion, one of Vincent’s successors, Bruce Kulick, performed far better. “I’ve never been able to say anything negative about Bruce. Professional in every way. Guitarist extraordinaire. Simply said, he’s a true stand-up comedian. He’s someone I’d call a friend.” Stay tuned to see if, as Doc intimated, all current and past Kiss members would get together onstage to Shout It Out Loud. One thing is certain: if it happens, it will be Hotter Than Hell.
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