KISS frontman Paul Stanley has shared the new statement on Twitter and remembered late Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell.
He shared the music video of Chris Cornell’s “When Bad Does Good” and wrote this message:
“Here’s another great video. This one shows just how deep and amazing Chris Cornell’s vocals and delivery were. What a loss for all. Please reach out if you need help. Even though you may feel it, you are never truly alone.“
Chris Cornell committed suicide by hanging himself on May 17, 2017. His death was unexpected for everyone.
During the recent interview with Cameran Adams, Paul Stanley has shared the what fans should expect from their farewell tour “End of the Road”. He said:
“If anyone wants to hear me sound like I did on (1975’s) Kiss Alive! then put on Kiss Alive! It would be absurd. Of course your voice changes. Any athlete’s body changes. Any singer’s voice changes. The naysayers and the scrooges will find the video of you falling on your ass, that’s the one they’ll post.
But when you’re playing to between 20,000 to 60,000 fans a night and beginning and ending a show with an audience going crazy, I’m not really that concerned with the sceptics.“
Click here to entire statement.
In addition, KISS has revealed the first dates of farewell tour. Click here.
You can watch the video from below.
Here's another great video. This one shows just how deep and amazing Chris Cornell's vocals and delivery were. What a loss for all. Please reach out if you need help. Even though you may feel it, you are never truly alone. @chriscornell https://t.co/GqyeI0yQzr
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) November 17, 2018