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KISS planning major world tour, says Paul Stanley

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Though KISS only has a handful of shows scheduled currently, there's a tour in the works. This according to band frontman Paul Stanley, who took a moment to talk to ABC Radio while walking the red carpet earlier this week at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards in L.A.

Stanley, who paints in his spare time, said that in addition to the "bunch of art shows" he has scheduled, "KISS [will] do a world tour starting in January, I think." 

A source close to the band confirms to ABC Radio that KISS is, in fact, putting together a major tour, which is expected to extend well beyond 2019.  

KISS' currently scheduled dates are as follows:

7/7 -- Barcelona, SP, Barcelona Rock Fest
7/8 -- Madrid, SP, Wizink Center
7/10 -- Lisbon, PT, Estadio Municipal de Oeiras
7/12 -- Cordoba, SP, Plaza de Toros
7/14 -- Viverio, SP, Resurrection Festival

Paul Stanley has art shows scheduled as follows, all at Wentworth galleries:

4/28 -- Short Hills, NJ
6/16 -- Atlanta, GA
9/14 -- Bethesda, MD
9/15 -- McLean, VA

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