Doctors say KISS Lead singer Paul Stanley, will make a full recovery from vocal chord surgery on Wenesday. He has had vocal problems, which come from “40 years of preaching rock ‘n’ roll,” the musician says. Paul Stanley is an original member KISS.
His doctors say Stanley, who’s been touring and recording with KISS for nearly 40 years, will make a “swift and complete” recovery, according to a statement from his publicist.
“I hold myself to a higher standard than others do,” Stanley said. “With that in mind, I wanted to remedy a few minor issues that come with 40 years of preaching rock ‘n’ roll.”
Stanley, 59, is known for his energetic, and loud, shows as front man and guitarist for legendary hard rock group. Stanley established the “Starchild” character for his Kiss persona.
KISS, one of the longest-running rock acts, stays busy on the road and in the studio. Stanley is producing “Monster,” their 20th studio album due out in 2012 as they embark on another global tour.
Among other surgeries he has due to rock’n with the Kiss band, Stanley has had two hip replacement surgeries: one after the “Rock the Nation” tour in October 2004, and a second in December 2004 after complications arose from the first surgery. He has announced that he will require a third hip surgery in the future. Stanley regards the degeneration of his left hip as partly the product of thousands of shows performed in Platform Boots since the early 1970s.
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