KISS cancels performance at Hall Of Fame induction over line-up issues

Washington, Feb. 24: Rockers Kiss have canceled performance at their own Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, because the original bandmates can’t find a way to work together.

The rockers opted not to play at all because Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons reportedly cannot agree on which line-up should perform during the April ceremony in New York City, Contactmusic reported.

Meanwhile, frontman Stanley recently revealed he is unimpressed with the band’s upcoming induction, as he believes Hall of Fame executives voted the rockers in “begrudgingly”. (ANI)