Tuesday, June 24, 2008


I can not imagine a World Tour without touring the States. After a remarkable sell-out KISS tour of Europe, the band is playing a mere four shows here in the US- all of them out west.
But why? Could it be that there is no interest at the moment of the band? No promoter is willing to take a chance on them for fear of losing money? Without question Ace Frehley on the Alive/35 tour would make all the world of difference. Maybe half of the original band is not enough during these times. After all it's a highly competitive summer concert season with the likes of Judas Priest and Motley Crue just naming a few. We hear from Paul Stanley "Until we sort out the next leg, we don't want to stop, so we're doing a few US shows for our enjoyment, as much as the fans." But is there really anything to sort out?
08/04/08 Glencoe Camp Resort, Sturgis, SD.
08/29/08 Pearl Concert Theatre at the Palms Las Vegas, NV.
08/30/08 Harvey's Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena Stateline, NV.
08/31/08 Konocti Harbor Resort & Spa Amphitheatre Kelseyville, CA.
Check ticketmaster.com for tickets or the vevue.


Roland said...

So now do you know how we felt all these years by KISS doing world tours without including Europe :o)

Martin Curtis said...

What's to sort out?

How many dates in the UK they are going to do in the next leg - that's what!!!!