America is huge.
I’m still shocked when people say, ‘You haven’t done a studio record in 20 years.’ I try to make excuses for it, but the truth is I just wasn’t with it.
One thing I love to do is produce. I’ve produced a couple of bands. I mean, nothing ever really happened with ’em, but I enjoy getting a young band into the studio and guiding them, and making them feel at ease.
The bottom line is the Kiss Army is growing by leaps and bounds.
We’re bigger now than we were in the late 70s when we were peaking.
I’ve been around a long time, so I guess I’ve touched a lot of people’s lives – hopefully for the better.
I’m not here to perform. I’m here to sign autographs. You have to wait till I come back with my own hand.
I think the fans really wanna hear the songs the way they sound on the record.
I just didn’t expect an acoustic version of Rock’n’Roll All Nite.
I have a lot of diehard fans. Ace Frehley fans and Kiss fans are the greatest fans in the world.
By the time I’m 40, interplanetary travel will be common. Nobody will want to talk to me at that age, anyway.
Whenever I start to really think about what I’m playing, I may play it better musically, but the feeling isn’t there.
I believe that the only way that the human race is gonna survive is to start colonizing space and setting up colonies on the moon, and then space stations.
It’s always great playing with other musicians. It’s also a great situation where I’m the older guy, I’ve influenced generations of guitar players.
It’s always good to walk in a room and know everybody kind of looks up to you because I guess I’ve earned it.