Paul Stanley, the rhythm guitarist and co-founder of KISS, has lately given a peek of a corner of the band’s warehouse and excited the fans about the possibility of an upcoming show under the conditions of quarantine due to the global pandemic.
The iconic musician has appeared on social media to hint at a new KISS concert a long time after the COVID-19 broke out all around the world. Stanley posted on Instagram a picture of the famous stage costumes of the band members.
In the comment section of Stanley’s latest post, the biggest fans of the band asked Stanley and the rest of KISS members to put up these costumes and get back on the road to continue their ongoing final concert tour, the End of the Road World Tour.
As you might recall, KISS was on their final world tour just before the COVID-19 suddenly took over the world. Due to safety reasons, the band has temporarily ceased the tour, which they began on January 31, 2019, at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada.
On November 20, 2020, KISS announced an exclusive gig for the New Year’s Eve 2020, a live stream show from the Atlantis Hotel in Dubai. At the beginning of this month, KISS bassist Gene Simmons confirmed that the band will continue their final tour in the summer of 2021, which has 150 shows left.
Here’s what Paul Stanley said in his latest Instagram post:
“A peek into a corner of the KISS warehouse this afternoon!”
You can see the post below.