KISS Never Wanted Rock Hall Reunion To Happen

(Classic Rock) Kiss frontman Paul Stanley has insisted he and Gene Simmons were never going to allow Ace Frehley and Peter Criss to take part in their cancelled Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction performance.

And he adds that while they're still welcome to attend the ceremony in April, there's no chance they'll be allowed to wear the make-up that made them famous.

Stanley tells the LA Times: "Imagine getting on stage and playing with a line-up that does not exist." He compares the situation to being forced to reunite with a former spouse.

He adds that he'd still be happy for Frehley and Criss to take part in the actual induction - but he'll accept no argument that current members Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer should not be there too. "The naysayers talk about Tommy or Eric being impostors," Stanley says. "I think an impostor is a guy up there doing it for a pay check." more on this story

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