KISS Invite Rolling Stones And U2 To ‘Come Play With Us’
May 12, 2010
Samuel Ball of Viagogo.co.uk reports: Similarly energetic rock bands such as U2 and the Rolling Stones have been commended by Kiss star Gene Simmons.
The bassist and singer has invited the music legends to perform with Kiss in what would be a dream concert for many rock fans.
Speaking about the spectacular show Kiss put on for ticket holders to their concerts, Simmons said in an interview with the BBC: “We’re proud of our energy, we welcome any band that has the courage to get on stage with us.
“U2, Rolling Stones – we like you very much. Come play with us.”
Paul Stanley, Kiss’s guitarist, also admitted the band had a penchant for British music, describing Kiss as “dyed in the wool Anglophiles”.
“Growing up – we wanted to be in The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Kinks, The Yardbirds, The Pretty Things,” he said.
Kiss are currently nearing the end of the UK leg of their Sonic Boom over Europe Tour. They have two gigs remaining – at Wembley Stadium on May 12th and 13th.