Paul Stanley of KISS isn’t letting the stay-at-home ordinances put in place by the coronavirus pandemic keep him down — as he recently uploaded a few videos from his home as a means of keeping himself busy and entertaining KISS fans who might be looking to kill a few minutes with him.
Noting that it’s important to follow the guidelines in place — and that he’s been quarantining at home for the past three weeks or so — Stanley thanks the first responders and medical professionals putting their lives on the line during this scary time before going into a detailed story about coming up with the classic KISS track “Love Gun,” as well as other topics.
In another video, Stanley talks about KISS’ 1992 album Revenge and performs the album track “Every Time I Look At You”:
That’s a pretty cool way to pass the time and keep fans entertained in the most dire of circumstances, so good on Paul Stanley for this series of videos … and any that might be coming.
Gene Simmons, meanwhile, sent out a message of his own this week, urging everybody to follow social distancing guidelines and band together in hopes of flattening the curve and working toward a common goal of putting the pandemic behind us once and for all.
While on the topic of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and KISS, be sure to read our extensive recap of the KISS Kruise XI from this past January: