KISS To Play One-Off Show In Australia?
KISS are rumored to be planning a return to Australia for a one-off concert at Melbourne's Colonial Stadium in late February/early March 2003.
If the unconfirmed reports are to be believed, this unique show will feature the band playing with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra who will all be wearing KISS makeup.
The one-off concert will reportedly be filmed and recorded for a future DVD/CD release.
Peter Criss is said to have signed on to do the show but there has been no word yet on Ace Frehley's possible participation at the gig.
The concert is scheduled to be announced at a press conference at Colonial Stadium in late October with both bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons and frontman Paul Stanley in attendance.
The deal has allegedly been signed by Colonial Stadium boss Ian Collins, who will also attend the press conference in KISS makeup.
(Thanks: Andrzej Adamcewicz)
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