Paul Stanley Suffers Head Injury After Skiing Incident, Cancels Four Shows
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Kiss Guitarist Cancels Round Of Shows Following Skiing Incident
Ouch! The year is off to a rough start for Kiss guitarist Paul Stanley after he suffered a head injury earlier this month while on a ski trip, now forcing him to cancel four shows with his R&B side project Soul Station. Paul’s injury stems back more than two weeks but this week saw the 65 year old take to social media yet again to announce that he was regrettably being forced to cancel four scheduled Soul Station shows in early February due to his condition requiring more recovery time than four back to back shows would allow for.
MY APOLOGIES. Recovery from concussion will take a bit longer. I am postponing ALL FOUR California Soul Station shows Feb. 1-4. So sorry. pic.twitter.com/Pb70bc8Xva
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) January 25, 2017
Man…concussions are no joke and for rock and rollers, the effects of head injuries can be exacerbated by the lack of sleep, noise, and breakneck pace that comes with being onstage or on the road for several days. As much as we’d love to see Paul back onstage where he belongs, he made a wise choice in deciding to stay home, postpone the shows and get some much needed rest. Here’s hoping that Paul gets to feeling right as rain soon!