KISS's Paul Stanley Plans Tours Around His Family
He can't get used to leaving his three kids at home when he hits the road, but accepts he can't take the nine-year-old, the six-year-old and the four-year-old out of school to go with him.
Stanley tells 612 ABC Brisbane: "Sometimes at night, it's a bit of a struggle to not be home with my little ones. To pull them out just because I miss them would be selfish, and also detrimental. So I just try to limit the length of our tours."
He believes he's achieved a good balance that consists of being away for two or three weeks then home for four to eight weeks. "I spend more time with my children than most dads who work 9 to 5," he says. "I'm with my kids seven days a week when I'm home. I take them to school and pick them up. So I think the balance is pretty good." Read more and stream the full interview here.
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