Paul Stanley Explains Why End Of The Road Tour Will Be KISS’ Last Live Performance

KISS guitarist and co-founder, Paul Stanley, spoke in a recent interview with Cleveland.com and talked about the future of the iconic rock band.

As you might already know, KISS is getting ready to goodbye to the fans with a farewell tour named ‘End Of The Road World Tour,’ and Paul Stanley confirmed that this is the last time they will be on the stage.

In the conversation, Paul revealed the difficulties of being on the stage and mentioned the psychical problems they are facing during the live shows of KISS while explaining the reason for retirement.

Paul pointed out that running around in eight-inch platform boots and wearing 30 or 40 pounds of gear during the live shows make it more difficult than it seems and stated that this is one of the reasons why they can not do this forever.

Here is what Paul Stanley said:

“Mortality and physicality and the finite nature of life makes you realize at some point there are certain things that can’t be done forever.

And running around in eight-inch platform boots, wearing 30 or 40 pounds of gear is one of them. So better that we acknowledge that and get a chance to spend one more evening with the people who have supported us.

This is an opportunity for us to know that this is the last go-round and appreciate it together with the fans.”

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