Former members of the rock group "Kiss" have announced that their party schedule will be cut back from the every day regimen they attempted to follow for years.
"While we still want to rock and roll all night and party every day" stated Gene Simmons, "family obligations and other issues make this unworkable."
Simmons continued that he "wanted to party on Tuesday, for example, but I had to tape my TV show, then I had an appointment with the dermatologist. The day was pretty well shot by then." Simmons added that he would often like to rock and roll all night, but after a long day he prefers to get to bed fairly early so he can get up first thing in the morning and "maybe do some gardening."
Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley made the distinction of "what actually constitutes partying." Frehley pointed out that a "quiet dinner with friends" could constitute partying in many circles, and certainly his friends can get pretty crazy "especially when we're watching football." Still Frehley admitted that the every day schedule included some poetic license anyway, and it was never a "hard and fast
rule" with the group at anytime.
Bruce Kulick, another member, said that he still likes to rock and roll all night, but does try to get a good night's sleep and eats much more healthy than when he was younger.