KISS co-founder and also the frontman of the band, Paul Stanley, had a new interview with Mike Brunn’s ‘The Rock Experience’ and talked about Soul Station and the experiences he had while performing in Dubai.
As you may already remember, back on the last day of 2020, KISS has rolled into Dubai and broke the Guinness World Record for the hugest pyrotechnics display that was made in a show. However, the band had to make the gig in front of a limited crowd because of the coronavirus quarantine measures.
In his latest interview, Paul Stanley shared the feeling of playing in front of a limited amount of audience. At the same time, Paul also unveiled how did they decide to put ‘Strutter’ which was a song that they haven’t been playing for years to the setlist.
Here is what Paul Stanley said:
“I thought considering we hadn’t played in a year, and I thought considering the circumstances not having an audience — playing to a hotel, more or less… The fireworks were absolutely staggering and I thought it was a good evening, a good night.”
He also shared what he thinks about adding ‘Strutter’ to the setlist of the performance:
“Well, the funny thing was we played it because they said, ‘You guys have gotta play longer. We weren’t at midnight yet. And I looked at the guys, and I said, ‘How about we play ‘Strutter’?’ It was done without rehearsal, and it was really off the cuff, and I can’t tell you the last time we played that.”
You can watch the full interview below.
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