KISS Guitarist Says Band May Return To The Road This Summer

KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer has posted the following message on his web site:

'We've been very busy finishing the upcoming KISS 'Rock The Nation Live!' DVD set. I feel we've captured the excitement and intensity of the 2004 stage show and tour in a big way.

"Shot in hi-def, the DVD will include many KISS songs that haven't seen the light of day in years.

"Also, we had cameras rolling behind-the-scenes every day on tour so that we can show you what goes on beyond the stage door and traveling on the road.

"Speaking of off-stage, another passion of mine is playing golf.

"Last week I was fortunate enough to be invited to play in the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic pro-am golf tournament in Palm Desert, CA.

"For the four-day event I was teamed with Academy Award-winning actor Joe Pesci and sports legend Ahmad Rashad and we kicked some ass.

"As always, I'm looking forward to rockin' and rollin' soon.

"Rumors are that we might be on the road by summer 2005!"


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