Wednesday, January 25, 2017

KISS frontman Paul Stanley suffers concussion in skiing incident

KISS frontman Paul Stanley has postponed an upcoming series of shows by his R&B side project Soul Station while he continues to recover from a concussion he sustained in a January 15 skiing incident.

"I went skiing today and got something I never expected…A concussion!,” posted Stanley following the accident. “OW!!!!! Lucky though…"

On Wednesday, the rocker updated fans on his condition while announcing news of the show postponements.

"My apologies,” writes Stanley on social media. “Recovery from concussion will take a bit longer. I am postponing all four California Soul Station shows Feb. 1-4. So sorry."

The affected dates include appearances at The Rose in Pasadena, CA (Feb 1), the Coach House Concert Hall in San Juan Capistrano, CA (Feb 2), Belly Up in Solana Beach, CA (Feb 3) and at The Canyon in Agoura Hills, CA (Feb 4).

Stanley and KISS are next scheduled to perform in Thackerville, OK on February 24; they’ll play a pair of US shows in late April before launching a European tour in Moscow, Russia on May 1.

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