KISS Fans Express Disappointment Over Final Performance: “A Night of Regret for Dedicated Followers”
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KISS, the legendary rock band, bid farewell to the stage in what was supposed to be an epic final performance. However, some die-hard fans who invested significantly to witness this historic moment left the venue with a sense of disappointment.
The sentiment was echoed by members of the KISS army, as seen in their candid comments following the show:
“I’m ashamed to be a KISS FAN TONIGHT. I was at the final show ever at MSG, and Kiss showed no real emotion at all. Nothing off script from the usual. Robots.”
“I’m so furious. Not one ounce of real emotion.”
“Bring their families out! Say something from the heart. Absolutely NOTHING. 😡👎🏼“
“On my way home listening to the whole new Ace Frehley album and feeling thankful that I’m part of this and not that Corporate machine that is KISS. 🤮“
“They had to promote their scripted avatar bullsh*t”
“I watched the ppv and was expecting the unexpected…nothing. Gene’s after-show comments made me shake my head”
“I felt the same, Like no goodbye or real thank you from the stage”
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While many fans expected a farewell performance filled with raw emotion and heartfelt goodbyes, the band’s seemingly scripted approach left some feeling unfulfilled.
Criticism ranged from the absence of personal touches like bringing out their families to a lack of sincerity in their final words.
The setlist for the night included a lineup of classic KISS hits, such as “Detroit Rock City,” “Shout It Out Loud,” and “I Was Made For Lovin’ You.” Despite the familiar tunes, fans were yearning for a more authentic connection with the band members.
This disappointment was palpable as fans expressed frustration with the perceived lack of spontaneity.
Some fans even contrasted their experience with the seemingly more genuine and heartfelt performances of former band member Ace Frehley.
As the curtain falls on KISS’s illustrious career, fans are left with mixed emotions, cherishing the memories of the iconic band while reflecting on what could have been a more heartfelt farewell.