KISS frontman Paul Stanley has said it is likely that his solo band Soul Station will hit the road before the iconic rock band resumes its farewell tour.
“I would say that rock concerts on the scale that we do in arenas and stadiums are a ways off, and anybody who thinks that they’re going to be going to a big concert anytime soon, it’s wishful thinking,” Stanley told the “Lamont & Tonelli” radio show on 107.7 The Bone.
He added, “The End of the Road tour will pick up whenever it becomes safe and whenever the legal restrictions are lifted.”
Stanley expressed hope that in the meantime, Soul Station can go on tour, because there may be different requirements for auditoriums or clubs.
“If that were the case, then our bags are packed and we’re ready to go out, and when the time is right then KISS will go out,” he told the San Francisco radio station.
KISS’s final tour, which was originally scheduled to end in July this year in New York City, had to be postponed half-way through last year with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
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