Paul Stanley Says He Is Pumped To Work Non-Stop For The Upcoming Album Of Soul Station
KISS co-founder and guitarist, Paul Stanley, took his official Twitter account to share a new post and showed his excitement about his side band, Soul Station.
Soul Station started a few years ago, but they did only covers in the live shows. About three months ago, Paul announced that they started to record a new album, Now And Then, that features around fourteen songs.
About a month ago, Soul Station and Paul Stanley released their first single from the upcoming album, O-O-H Child, which is a cover of The Five Stairsteps, and took lots of attention from the community.
Yesterday, Paul officially announced that the album will be released on March 19, and he also mentioned that the positive criticism he got from the other musicians continues to inspire him and showed that he will work hard for the band.
Here is what Paul Stanley wrote:
“Pumped! Non-stop daily Zoom interviews and media coverage for the Soul Station album that’s out March 19th. The positive response from so many including some of the singers and performers who continue to inspire me is humbling. Wow!”
You can check out the post below.
PUMPED! Non-stop daily ZOOM interviews and media coverage for the SOUL STATION album that's out March 19th. The positive response from so many including some of the singers and performers who continue to inspire me is humbling. WOW! pic.twitter.com/4UB6HyC023
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) February 22, 2021