Former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley says that while he has not been approached to be a part of KISS‘s recently announced “One Last Kiss: End Of The Road World Tour”, he’s “hoping” he’ll be involved in some capacity.
“I haven’t been asked,” he said during a “live conversation” at Hollywood’s Musicians Institute on September 25. “I had a meeting with those guys several months ago, and they talked about retiring to me, and that didn’t seem right either. Who knows what’s going to happen? I read comments on the Internet, and I fall off my bed laughing. There’s all these people that have all these different ideas of a configuration of what the next KISS tour should be, and it’s crazy — but overwhelmingly, they want me back in the band, I think. That’s what I’m reading on the Internet.
“I’m doing fine on my own,” Frehley continued. “My career is on an upswing; I’m having a ton of fun; I like producing my own records. I don’t like anybody standing over my shoulder telling me what to do. I’ve had a lot of freedom, and working with Paul [Stanley] and Gene[Simmons] again, it would be different. But then again, I’d probably make $5 or $10 million, so I might consider that… MORE