The band canceled the band’s concert in Pennsylvania.
The results of the coronavirus test of the vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the American rock band Kiss, Paul Stanley, were positive, which is why the band’s concert in Pennsylvania was canceled. The musician told about this on his Twitter page.
“The performance in Burgettstown in Pennsylvania has been postponed because testing for Paul Stanley’s coronavirus showed a positive result. All the tour participants, musicians, and staff are fully vaccinated,” the rock band said in a statement. It also emphasizes that the organizers of the music tour took additional precautions in connection with the pandemic and even hired a special person who monitored the implementation of the recommendations of the American authorities.
“I’m all right. I’m not in intensive care. My heart allows me to travel 26 miles (41.8 km) a day on a bicycle,” said 69-year-old Paul Stanley himself. He added that he had felt symptoms similar to cold for some time, but testing showed no coronavirus. The test results of other members of the group and the staff are negative, he said.
The rock band Kiss was formed in 1973 in New York. The band currently consists of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons (vocals and bass guitar), Eric Singer (drums), and Tommy Thayer (lead guitar). A distinctive feature of the group is the active use of stage makeup and pyrotechnics during performances.