Paul Stanley, Eric Singer, Gene Simmons and Tommy Thayer (L-R) of the AMERICAN rock band KISS pose for photographers at the Koenig-Pilsener-Arena in Oberhausen, May 8, 2008. On Wednesday, the group announced their farewell tour, ” End of the Road.’
It is time for rock and roll all nite – for the last time!
Glam metal rockers KISS announced their farewell tour on Wednesday, bringing the curtain down on their five-decade long career.
KISS — formed 45 years ago — made the announcement during an appearance on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” and on their own social media accounts.
Dates and stops on the End of the Road on World Tour ” was not immediately made known.
Founding members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are still with the iconic band, best known for her 1975 hit “Rock and Roll All Nite.”
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By the way, we just announced that the Last KISS End of The Road on World Tour! It was a great trip with you all. We could not leave without saying goodbye…This show have the most explosions, the most hits and the loudest yet! Go to @kissonline for details of how to celebrate their one last tour with us. #endoftheroad #kiss
“It was a great trip with you all. We could not leave without saying goodbye,” the 60-year-old Simmons wrote on his Instagram. “This show have the most explosions, the most hits and the loudest yet!”
The group played another one of their big hits, “Detroit Rock City”, on Wednesday in the finale of “AGT.”
This article originally appeared on Page Six.