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Ace Frehley Talks About KISS Bandmates Moving On After Recent Shows

Music can remove differences and bind people from all walks of life. While this is true for fans, there are times when people from a musical band plan to end their association as they want to move ahead and beyond their current associations.

This comes true for KISS as the bandmates are calling it quits after completing the “End Of The Road” farewell tour this weekend at Madison Square Garden in New York City. While appearing on SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk”, original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley was asked his feelings on what he feels about this band breaking up and the bandmates moving out.

According to Blabbermouth, He said, “Well, to be honest, I don’t really believe they’re ending their touring career. How many times have they said they were gonna retire? How many times have half a dozen groups said they were gonna retire and still come back? Personally, I don’t know what their plans are.”

Frehley talked about his emotions with the bandmates, and said, “Not at all. I’m so happy I’m not involved. Last night I watched Indianapolis show [from the current tour] from front to back on YouTube. They had 10 comments and maybe a couple of thousand views, but compared to what I’m doing right now, you can’t hold a candle to it. It’s probably better they retire, and hopefully I won’t have to listen to them put me down anymore.”

Ace even went ahead and talked about the fact that he won’t be making a special guest appearance at the Madison Square Garden shows. Frehley talked about this situation in detail and shared his thoughts mentioning, “Look, if Gene [Simmons, KISS bassist/vocalist] calls me up and offers me a million dollars to come up and play a couple of songs, obviously I’ll show up. But I really doubt that’s gonna happen because pretty much Paul [Stanley, KISS guitarist/vocalist] runs the band and he’s already made a statement that if me and Peter [Criss, original KISS drummer] got up on the stage, we would mar their performance — ironically.”

The bandmates have decided to go their separate ways after the current show, but that doesn’t mean that they have any annoyance against each other. They appreciate all members, but the members wanted to spend some time alone and it looks like they will join forces again in sometime to entertain the audience.

What do you think of KISS members moving out after the Madison Square Garden show? Sound off in the comments.

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