Paul Stanley On The Possibility Of KISS Continuing Without Any Original Members: “KISS Is Bigger Than Any Member”

During a recent interview with Radio Bob!, Paul Stanley said he still thinks KISS could continue with no original members after the current lineup’s farewell tour. He said the following about that when asked about a hypothetical KISS 2.0:

“I think that recasting KISS or KISS 2.0 is not what we have ever talked about. Can KISS continue and can it evolve without us in it? Well, yeah, because it’s already 50 percent there. In other words, there was a time where people said, ‘Well, it can only be the original four.’ [And then] it was, ‘Well, it can only be the original three.’ Well, things move on and circumstances change. Could I see KISS evolving with different personnel? Yeah. As big a fan as I am of what I do — and I think I’m damn good — there’s other people around who could pick up the torch and bring something to the philosophy and to the live show and to the music. It would be KISS. It wouldn’t be KISS 2.0. If it were to happen, yeah, it would be really just a continuation of the philosophy that we’ve always had, and that’s that KISS is bigger than any member.”

[via Blabbermouth]

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