KISS frontman Paul Stanley announced via Twitter that he is working on full length Soul Station album.
Stanley posted a photo of himself and a few other musicians in the studio and captioned it: “A SOUL STATION ALBUM! Wow! Having a ball. Horns and strings next.”
This will be the first album from Soul Station, which made its live debut in September 2015 at Los Angeles’ Roxy Theatre, playing covers of several soul classics, including Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, Al Green and The Isley Brothers.
Speaking to Rock Cellar magazine about how he got the idea for Soul Station, Stanley said that his roots were much more broad and varied than some people might realize. “Before I ever saw Zeppelin or the Who or any of those bands, I saw Otis Redding,” he said. “I saw Solomon Burke. I saw the Temptations. So it’s very much a part of my DNA.”
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