Fans are not likely to get a final KISS album to go along with the band’s upcoming farewell tour.
Paul Stanley says KISS farewell tour is for real this time, won’t rule out appearances from former members
The singer-guitarist explains the differences between this final tour and the band’s previous farewell trek.
Proof that no band — not even KISS — is too big to fail and that nothing lasts forever.
Look closely and you’ll notice a young Ken Marino sitting right beside him, too.
Recent rumors suggest Frehley will rejoin the band for 2017 tour.
The 25-song set featured appearances from Paul Stanley, Perry Farrell, Sammy Hagar, Stewart Copeland, Steve Jones, and Jason Bonham.
David Lee Roth, Alice Cooper, Paul Stanley, Lemmy, Perry Farrell, and others joined Foo Fighters over the course of the 31-song performance.
“This commercial never aired because focus groups asked ‘Who is the old, creepy guy?
The band’s original lineup will be inducted, but will not perform together.