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Kiss says goodbye to the stage permanently at Madison Square Garden

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December 1 and 2 is Madison Square Garden. These are the last two concerts of the band. We are ending where we started. I think there are 17 concerts before in the United States. Some people have laughed a bit and said, ‘The ‘End Of The Road’ tour has been going on for years. Yes, we lost two and a half years due to Covid. This is the end”, ratified the guitarist and singer paul stanleyin charge of making the news official.

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For his part, in statements to the press, the bassist Gene Simmons He noted, “Kiss was born on 23rd Street. It’s only taken us 50 years to go play the last few concerts 10 blocks away on 33rd Street, which is Madison Square Garden.”

Throughout their rich history, Kiss have staged memorable shows in that arena, including a long-running series in the mid-’70s that drew material for their live albums. Alive and “Alive II”.


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“I’m sure I’m going to cry like a nine-year-old girl whose foot is stepped on,” also graphed the musician who assumes the role of the Devil at the time of the characterizations.

The extensive farewell tour had its stop in our country on April 23, 2022 at the Campo Argentino de Polo, although surprisingly local fans will once again be able to enjoy the band live in the festival edition “Master of Rock” scheduled for April 28 at Parque Rock, in which they will also participate deep purple and scorpionsamong others.

Kiss burst onto the music scene in 1973 and its original lineup included, in addition to Stanley and Simmons, guitarist Ace Frehley and the drummer Peter Criss.

For about 20 years, the current lineup has featured Tommy Thayer already Eric Singer instead of Frehley and Criss, respectively.

The announcement of the final show does not clarify if there will finally be a last reunion of its original members, although the media darts that have been dedicated from both sides over the years suggest that the chances are low.

Source: Ambito

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