KISS frontman and co-founding member of the band, Paul Stanley, was the latest interview guest of ‘Inside With Paulo Baron‘ alongside Paulo Baron and talked about whether KISS has any plans to reunite with Ace Frehley and Peter Criss during ‘End Of The Road Tour.’

As you may already know, most of the shows of the bands that were to take place in 2021 were postponed to 2021. Just like other musicians in the music scene, KISS had to postpone the final tour of their career, ‘End of The Road World Tour,’ due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

While Paul Stanley and other members of the band try to stay creative during the outbreak, KISS frontman recorded his debut album with his side project named ‘Now And Then’ with ‘Paul Stanley’s Soul Station.’ Right after releasing the album, Paul made numerous interviews to promote the new album and talked about keeping his reproductivity during the outbreak as well as the upcoming tour of KISS.

In the interview, Paul was asked if it’s still possible that former KISS members, ‘The Spaceman’ Ace Frehley and the original drummer, Peter Criss, will be on stage with their former bandmates one more time. It seems that Paul is not totally against that idea.

Here is what he said:

“Anything is possible. I don’t rule anything out. I have to say that we wouldn’t be here today if not for our past. If Peter and Ace hadn’t been there at the beginning, we wouldn’t be here today. But I will also say that if Peter and Ace had stayed with the band, we also wouldn’t be here today. So you have to put it into some sort of balance and perspective.

If there is a way to include them in celebrating the final tour, yeah, I’m open to it. It has to make sense and it has to feel right, because the band has existed far, far, far too long without them to let anybody spoil this or make it less than it should be. If there’s no joy in it, I’m not interested.”

You can watch the interview below.

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