On Twitter, bassist and co-lead singer of KISS, Gene Simmons responded to a video of a little KISS fan and explained if he was pleased to be in a band.
The 70-year-old rock icon Gene Simmons formed the band KISS in 1973 along with Paul Stanley, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley. With their make-up, costumes, and their unique live shows, KISS changed everything in the conventional performances of rock bands.
The Demon of KISS, Gene Simmons received a video from a fan showing the little boy imitating the KISS icons. The fan suggested that the little boy could take place in the band if Gene Simmons or Paul Stanley would decide to retire someday by stating:
“When it comes time to retire Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley the boy is ready to step up.”
As a response to the video, Gene Simmons posted a tweet revealing whether he liked being in a band. In his tweet, Gene implied that these sorts of things he received from the fans were among the reasons he enjoyed being a part of a band.
Here’s how Gene Simmons replied to the offer from the KISS fan:
“…And people ask me if I get a kick out of being in the band.“
You can see the tweet Gene Simmons posted on Twitter below.
…And people ask me if I get a kick out of being in the band..🤟😎 https://t.co/aoLVyjqZu8
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) August 18, 2020