Paul Stanley of KISS confirmed that the debut album from his R&B band, Soul Station will be out next spring. The plan is to release a couple of singles as well.
In an interview posted on Blabbermouth.com, Stanley said, “I was really lucky, because, before I ever saw Led Zeppelin or any of the British bands that I grew to love, or the blues bands that I saw, I saw Otis Redding as a kid, I saw Solomon Burke and the Temptations. So that really is the core of what I do.”
Soul Station is made up of 15 people, and everybody's played with everyone from Smokey Robinson to Stevie Wonder to Natalie Cole to Whitney Houston and others.