KISS co-founder and the frontman of the band, Paul Stanley, was the latest interview guest of Yahoo Music’s Lyndsey Parker last week and talked about his recently released studio album with Soul Station as well as his decision to express his political thoughts in public.
As you may already remember, Paul Stanley has released his debut album named ‘Now And Then’ with his side-band named Soul Station last week, and the album that features nine covers and five original tracks is now available on whole streaming platforms. The album is also available as Audio CD and Vinyl on Amazon for the price of $12.59 and $22.49.
In his recently made interview with Yahoo Music, Paul has been reminded that he’s sending regular tweets about people not wearing masks, the current political status of the United States, and the 2020 United States presidential election that was made at the end of 2020. Paul was asked why he decided to take that protest spirit to social media and share the information he has.
Here is what he said:
“It’s unfortunate that some people are vehemently against [wearing masks], mainly because of it being politicized. There are so much strange backlash and when somebody says, ‘Well, the experts at first said don’t wear a mask, and then they said wear a mask.’
This is a work in progress. We’re learning about this virus. Is the information going to change? Of course, it’s going to change. But unequivocally what’s been shown, as far as I can see, is that masks are a great deterrent.”
“And depending upon what masks you wear, you’re either protecting the people around you, or you’re protecting yourself. I would like to think that I’m doing my part to spread the information I have. And if some people are angered by it, that’s something they should think about, because it’s nothing to get angry about.”
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