Gene Simmons: “KISS Will Continue In Ways That Even I Haven’t Thought Of”

During a recent interview on Dean Delray’s “Let There Be Talk” podcast, KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons addressed the future of the band following the completion of their “farewell” tour. According to him, “KISS will continue” in some shape or form.

Simmons said the following when asked about the band’s final concert:

“We don’t know if it’s [going to be in] New York. I have good reasons why it should be, but the important thing is when it’s the last show, it’ll be the last show. KISS the touring band will stop. But the touring band. KISS will continue in other ways. I have no problems with four deserving 20-year-olds sticking the makeup back on and hiding their identity.”

He also added:

“KISS will continue in ways that even I haven’t thought of. But I can conceive of… You know, the ‘Blue Man Group’ and ‘Phantom Of The Opera’ tours around the world with different personnel. There could and should be a KISS show, kind of live on stage with effects and everything else, but also semiautobiographical thing about four knuckleheads off the streets of New York that ends with the last third as a full-blown celebration, a full-on performance. Not with us. Although not a problem stepping in every once in a while.”

[via Blabbermouth]

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