KISS co-founder and the leader of the band for years, Paul Stanley, has recently been interviewed by ‘Talking With Mark Strigl’ this week and talked about the post-coronavirus days as well as his plans on getting back to stages as soon as possible.

As you may already know, Paul Stanley has released a new album named ‘Now And Then’ from his side project named ‘Soul Station’ earlier this month. The album is the first-ever studio album of Soul Station and Paul has paid his tribute to the greatest artists and songs from R&B and soul history.

In his latest interview with ‘Talking With Mark Strigl,’ Paul Stanley has revealed if he’s optimistic about playing in huge arenas or stadiums. As you might remember, KISS had to postpone every single show of the ‘End Of The Road’ tour to 2022 and things are still blurred for the band.

Here is what Paul Stanley said:

“I’m optimistic because I think the idea of big bands going out and doing arenas or stadiums, I think we’ve got a long way to go before that happens. KISS will pick up the ‘End Of The Road’ tour as soon as we can, but that’s gonna be on hold.

A lot of bands or a lot of people can be putting tickets on sale for concerts, but most of them are gonna wind up postponing again, ’cause it’s not safe, and promoters can’t get insurance.”

He continued:

“So there are so many reasons why that’s not gonna happen. However, the idea of Soul Station doing smaller shows, I think, is much more possible. So during that time, could we be out there playing? Fingers crossed, man. I wanna go.”

You can watch the interview right below.

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