During the recent Live Q&A on Facebook, KISS frontman Paul Stanley has shared his thoughts about music teaching job on a university.
A fan named Rick asked ‘after the farewell tour is over, would you consider a music teaching job at a university?’. Paul responded:
“Teaching is a risky because I think that part of the excitement and part of the journey is finding it yourself. I’ve always had tough time with certain kinds of teaching. I think it’s great for people to expose you to different aspects of what you’re interested in.
But I’ve always hat a hard time with somebody telling me how to do something. It’s just doesn’t work form me. It’s like somebody sayint to you, ‘if I were you, I would’, but you’re not me. And you’ve hever lived the day my life.
And sometimes I think teachers as well attention as they might be, may try to live through you and for them vicariously enjoy things, successes perhaps that they missed out on.
Anyway, would I ever be a teacher? No. I’m nothing against them. I love the idea of speaking at schools that’a one-time thing, but to make a semester of it or anything more than, that it’s just not something that’s exciting. I would rather light the fire and then it’s up to you to get it to burn.”
KISS added 25 more dates for their ‘End of the Road’ farewell tour. The second leg of the tour kicks off August 6 in Sunrise, Fla. Click here to details.
He also revealed the most important KISS show for him. Click here to read.
You can watch the entire statement from below.
End Of The Road Live Q&A with Paul Stanley. Ask him your questions below!
Gepostet von KISS am Donnerstag, 29. November 2018