As CoS report, the guitarist went onto US radio program Trunk Nation with Eddie Trunk, the man who originally announced that, “he’s going to do one last tour with them in 2017.”
He addressed the reunion rumours and said that while he hasn’t been asked as of yet, he wouldn’t say no.
“I’m not ruling it out. It’s a possibility, I guess,” he said.
“The ball’s in Paul [Stanley] and Gene’s [Simmons] court. If that’s something that they would like to do to end off the career of KISS, I think it could be… if it was handled correctly, it could be great.”
Frehley left KISS back in 1982 and reunited with them briefly before leaving again in 2002. The band currently tour with Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Thommy Thayer and Eric Singer but if Simmons and Stanley are up for it, that could all change.
Unfortunately, their recent remarks suggest that they don’t want to do it.
Simmons shut down rumours of a reunion saying, “We’ve tried that.”
Meanwhile, Stanley said, “I don’t see it [happening].”
So, either they’re very good at bluffing or they really don’t see the need for a reunion with Frehley.
Frehley told Trunk Nation that he still gets along with his former bandmates despite what the press says.
“We have disagreements and things are said sometimes, taken out of context. But I’ve always been friends with those guys and they’ve been friends with me,” he said.
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