Paul Stanley On The Greatest Show KISS Have Ever Done
KISS frontman Paul Stanley recently spoke to the Today Show of Australia and revealed that the band’s ongoing ‘End of the Road World Tour’ is the most incredible show they’ve ever done in their career.
The iconic hard rock band KISS is preparing to end its nearly five decades-long career with the ‘End of the Road World Tour‘ that began on January 31, 2019, in Vancouver, Canada. Although the tour was scheduled to continue throughout 2020, most dates were postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, the tour resumed in August 2021 with the United States shows.
After performing in Latin America, North America, and Europe in April, May, June, and July of 2022, the band is now ready to meet with the Australian audience. The Australian leg of the tour will start in Melbourne on August 20 and end in Gold Coast on September 10. KISS just arrived in Melbourne, where they will perform their first show, and Stanley reflected on their feelings during an interview with The Today Show.
Paul Stanley addressed the band’s official fan club, the KISS Army, and described them as the best army since they support the band voluntarily. The singer thinks that there is nothing more important than this. Then, he also said that it is all about reciprocity. They value their fans and make them feel that, so they also behave to them in the same way. Stanley revealed that the ongoing tour is the greatest show they’ve ever done so far. They’ve had all these ups and downs throughout their careers, but they are proud of where they are now.
Paul Stanley’s words on the fans and the ongoing tour:
“The KISS Army is the best kind of army. It is a volunteer army. It is one thing to go after people and list them, but the fact is our army is made up of people who want to be part of this. So, there is nothing stronger. There is a great word, and that word is reciprocity. We get back what we give. It is phenomenal, and I keep going back to the show; this is the greatest show we’ve ever done. So, we’ve been teased for years with coming and all of a sudden canceled, and here we are on this beautiful morning, and I get to say, ‘Good on you.'”
You can check out the interview below.
— The Today Show (@TheTodayShow) August 16, 2022