KISS frontman Paul Stanley checked in with Karlson & McKenzie this morning to promote the band’s Freedom to Rock tour, which will be heading to the DCU Center on Saturday, September 3rd. “When we were banned in Boston during the 70’s, we always made it to Worcester, and have made it one of those stopping grounds for us since then,” Stanley tells K&M. “Whether it was the Centrum, Worcester has always been a very cool place for us. And again, we’ll be back to wreak havoc and destruction.”
Unlike with Black Sabbath‘s The End tour, and Aerosmith‘s potential final tour kickoff happening next year, Paul Stanley doesn’t see a goodbye in his band’s future. “KISS is forever as far as I’m concerned and I don’t want to see it end,” the singer said. “There’s never any talk at this point about wrapping it up. I want the band to continue forever as far as I’m concerned.”
While on the show, Stanley also talked about what he thinks is lacking in KISS cover bands, and the morning show announced their KISSmas in July event with the Lowell Spinners.
Listen to the full interview in the beginning of the article!
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