Paul Stanley says ‘End Of The Road Tour’ might not be their last tour after all

Well, this certainly sounds familiar.
Posted 11.03.2019 09:03am Updated 11.03.2019 10:13am

Paul Stanley

Kiss

End Of The Road Tour

Last year, Kiss announced they would embark on their final ever world tour and after this they would retire for good. It would be known as the ‘End Of The Road Tour’, that has so far grossed the band millions of dollars.

The End Of The Road tour began in January of this year and will see the band touring the entire globe, eventually finishing in December 2019 in Auckland, Australia. However, in an interview with the Detroit Free Press published 10 March 2019, front man Paul Stanley hinted that it might not be the final Kiss tour after all.

Back in 2000, Kiss embarked on the ‘Kiss Farewell Tour’ which was supposed to be the final ever Kiss tour, however, that’s obviously not the case as it stands in 2019.

Stanley was asked if this was really the last tour that Kiss would embark on. Stanley Said “If it turned out there was reason to return, we would have to consider that. I don’t want to leave anybody out of this experience.”

Many fans have speculated that the current tour was simply a cash grab and PR stunt to build up as much hype as possible. Not that Kiss really need to build up any hype. They are of course the biggest Rock and Roll band of all time. Having sold more than 100 million records worldwide, it’s not as if they’re short on cash or in need of any crazy PR to sell tickets.

So, is the ‘End Of The Road Tour’ really the last KISS tour of all time? Probably not.

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