It’s not the “End Of The Road” for KISS just yet. Gene Simmons has confirmed that the group will rock n’ roll all night for at least another two years before saying goodbye.
During his recent appearance on “Larry King Now,” the rock legend revealed plans to extend their final tour through 2021.
While this is far from KISS’ first farewell, Simmons said that it’s “time to get off the stage” for real this time.
“We’ve already done 93 cities around the world, coming back again, but the reality is that I’m 70,” he explained. “By the time I’m 72, it’s time to get off the stage. We’ve both seen bands that stayed too long, you want to get off the stage before they’re tired of you.”
Source:“Larry King Now”