Paul Stanley of KISS confirmed that the debut album from his R&B band, Soul Station will be out next spring. The plan is to release a couple of singles as well.
In an interview posted on Blabbermouth.com, Stanley said, “I was really lucky, because, before I ever saw Led Zeppelin or any of the British bands that I grew to love, or the blues bands that I saw, I saw Otis Redding as a kid, I saw Solomon Burke and the Temptations. So that really is the core of what I do.”
Soul Station is made up of 15 people, and everybody's played with everyone from Smokey Robinson to Stevie Wonder to Natalie Cole to Whitney Houston and others.
When describing the band, he said, “We're like family. We hang out at my house and have a great time. But what really bonded us together was this love of that music – and wanting to recreate it accurately, respectfully.”
Paul Stanley said that the band has already “shot a bunch of videos, Covid safe and under supervision.” Look for the new music to be available in March.
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- Paul Stanley of KISS will release his R&B album in March.
- Soul Station members have performed with artists such as Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder.
- They have already shot videos for the singles.