Gene Simmons Reflects On Paul Stanley’s Sideband Which Will Release A New Album

KISS bassist Gene Simmons shared a post on his official Twitter page rooting for his bandmate rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley‘s band ‘Soul Station’s brand new album named ‘Now And Then’ which is now ready for pre-order for the fans.

As many of you might already know, Paul Stanley has been working on a project, a band named ‘Soul Station’ which consist of many great musicians whose mission is to pay tribute to one of the greatest artists and songs from the R&B and soul in order to keep the music current.

The band toured across the United States and Japan and recently recorded an album named ‘Now And Then’ which consists of nine classical soul songs and five new original songs. The album will be released on March 5 and no ready for pre-order for the fans.

Here is what Stanley said about the album:

“Between us doing some great Soul Station shows and starting the album, I started to think that neither the band nor the music we love should depend only on the past, so I started writing with the goal of seamlessly taking songs into the present. From what a lot of people I respect have told me, that mission was accomplished.”

Recently, the official Twitter page of KISS shared a post promoting the new music of Stanley’s band announcing the name of the brand new album of Soul Station in addition to the release date and the cover.

Here is what KISS said:

“Paul Stanley’s Soul Station ‘Now And Then’ will be released March 5 on UMe & is available for pre-order NOW.”

Since his bandmates are supportive all the way, Gene Simmons also shared a post on his official Twitter page showing his support to Paul Stanley. Simmons re-shared KISS’ post and rooted for Paul Stanley’s brand new project.

Here is what Simmons said:

“Go Paul, Go!”

You can see the Twitter post below.