- You likely won’t be seeing some familiar faces when KISS play their final show.
- Talking with Ultimate Classic Rock, singer Paul Stanley says that former members Peter Criss and Ace Frehley won’t be making appearances.
- “This tour is a celebration of the band and the life of the band over the past 50 years. It’s not a celebration of the original lineup,” Stanley said. “As important as the original lineup was, I can say that we wouldn’t be here today if not for them, and we wouldn’t be here today with them.”
- “It doesn’t make sense to allow anybody to come in and call shots,” he added. “We are in great shape. The band is fantastic. I don’t want to mar the celebration [of the farewell tour]. I don’t want to mar the situation. It’s been too good.”
- KISS is set to play its final shows on December 1 and 2 at New York’s Madison Square Garden.