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Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons have slightly commented further on their decision to not have KISS perform when the original line-up is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Brooklyn, New York on April 10th.
Both comments were made on Twitter with Stanley writing, "Thanks 2 all. 40 years of always being here, I trust my judgment."
And Simmons, who has been re-tweeting almost all the positive comments from fans, was asked if it took him all day to "weed out the few positive tweets from all of the negative ones," to which he responded, "Nope. The vast majority support us."
A side note to all this drama, the Rock Hall has not commented, despite being asked numerous times.
In other KISS news, they will do a rare acoustic show on April 3rd at San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino in Highland, California. The unplugged performance is said to be "not unlike" the MTV Unplugged episode they did nearly 20 years ago. Buitit will be completely unlike that show because you can go into the casino they are playing and bet big bucks that Ace Frehley and Peter Criss won't show up and make it an unforgettable night like they did on Unplugged 20 years ago.