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Gene Simmons Expects To 'Cry Like A Young Girl' At Last KISS Show

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In an exclusive interview with the Evening Standard, KISS icon Gene Simmons spoke about the hard rock band's ongoing farewell tour, the "End of The Road World Tour."

The tour, which began on January 31, 2019 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada, is set to take a round-trip across the world before wrapping up in three years' time.

Simmons shared that the new gigs are like no other they have done before and that "it shames past shows. We've ramped things right up."

Proud of what the band has accomplished in their 46-year-long run, Simmons said that the tour is very much like "a victory lap."

"You're proud of what you've done. More gold records than any American band. You go to Graceland and there's a Kiss exhibit. Yeah, that's right," he said.

Next set to perform at the Birmingham Arena on Tuesday, July 9, the 69-year-old star added that although it's "a good point to get off the stage," he is sure that "on the very last show, I'm going to cry like a young girl."

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