Sources close to KISS leave clues about what can happen to the band after the farewell tour of the band “End of The Road Tour”
“End Of The Road” is the KISS farewell tour that it seems to be the end of the band with a last concert that will have place in New York, United States, on July 17, 2021. Well, it seems that now things are not so clear since from different points information news are arriving about musicals, documentaries or a new version of the band without Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley.
KISS fans are understandably skeptical about Kiss’s farewell tour after the band 20 years ago tried to say goodbye. Former manager Doc McGhee says he is sure that Stanley and Simmons are really out and they are ready to say goodbye.
McGhee added that Kiss, as a brand, will not go away. The band plans to maintain its presence in pop culture with more Kiss content, such as “movies, Broadway shows, whatever. Everyone talks about them … As for a tour base, as far as going out and doing shows, no There will be no tours with Gene and Paul. In essence, that is the end of the road for Gene and Paul for sure. “
There will be no tours with Gene and Paul
On the other hand, in a recent interview, KISS leader Paul Stanley clarified that the band’s ongoing “End Of The Road” tour does not necessarily mean that the group leaves completely.
“It’s important to keep in mind that this is the end of the tours,” he explained. “The band is not necessarily disappearing in the air. It has just reached a time when it turns and does 100 shows in seven months, which is what we have done so far, it is just … it is too demanding and time consuming, when there are other things to do in life. “
In a separate conversation, Stanley said he is already making plans for his time after the end of the KISS tour. “I can walk and chew gum at the same time,” he said with a smile. He also confirmed that he recently completed the work on the debut album of his R&B band SOUL STATION.
Seeing all this, what it seems is that the decision is not as drastic as it could appear at first and surely we will have KISS for a while, even if they no longer offer large tours … or yes!