The end of the road will be an emotional time for Gene Simmons.
KISS’ final tour, “End of the Road,” began in January and will be on the road until 2022. “We’re the hardest-working band in show business, and that’s exhausting,” Simmons told London’s Evening Standard. “I’m up there every night in 8-inch platform boots and 40 pounds of armor. I did five mile walks almost every day for a year to get in shape.”
Though Simmons believes he’s old enough to retire for good once this tour is over, he said he would undoubtedly be emotional. “On the pragmatic level, this tour is a victory lap. You’re proud of what you’ve done. More gold records than any American band … But I know on the very last show I’m going to cry like a young girl.”
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