KISS have discussed having the band tour without Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, and David Lee Roth thinks that’s a great plan.
Roth, who’s opening for the band on their farewell tour, told the Lexington Herald-Leader that “KISS has transcended the bias of music the way Cirque de Soleil or Blue Man Group has. I, myself, would recommend to them if that, in fact, this is the final tour, perhaps go Blue Man Group. Why couldn’t there be six variations of KISS traveling on the continent?”
Roth also believes that plan could work for his career. He added, “For myself, I’m calling this The Last Tour Unless It Isn’t. Once I throw in the shoes, though, I’m thinking of going Lassie. There will be five of me touring and, allegedly, one of them will be a girl. You’re going to have to come and see the shows. Several times.”
KISS and David Lee Roth play in Peoria this Saturday Night (February 22nd).