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Paul Stanley Suffers Concussion, Postpones Upcoming Shows

A concussion has put KISS frontman Paul Stanley's solo covers band Soul Station on ice.

Stanley suffered the concussion on January 15 while skiiing; He posted a social media message about it at the time, and on Wednesday (January 25) he announced on Facebook, "MY APOLOGIES. Recovery from concussion will take a bit longer. I am postponing ALL FOUR California #SoulStation shows Feb. 1-4. So sorry."

MY APOLOGIES. Recovery from concussion will take

MY APOLOGIES. Recovery from concussion will take a bit longer. I am postponing ALL FOUR California #SoulStation shows Feb. 1-4. So sorry.

The shows were to take place at various venues in southern California, including Pasadena, San Juan Capistrano, Solana Beach and Agoura Hills.

Soul Station, which also includes KISS drummer Eric Singer, specializes in 60s and 70s soul covers.

Stanley is expected to be fully recovered, however, when KISS returns to the road on February 24 in Thackerville, Okla., with a handful of U.S. dates scheduled so far for 2017.

 

Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist who not only covers music but has written books on Bob Seger, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.