Entertainment Gene Simmons won't work with Vinnie Vincent again

16:26  27 november  2017
16:26  27 november  2017 Source:   bangshowbiz.com

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When asked if he would ever consider working with Vinnie Vincent again , Gene Simmons said "NO NO" here is the excerpt from a November 2017 Aquarium.com

Gene Simmons has insisted he will never work with his former KISS band member Vinnie Vincent again because he doesn' t need "dark clouds" in his life. Ryan Reynolds feels excited to work with Drew Goddard on X

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Gene Simmons won't work with Vinnie Vincent again.

The 68-year-old rock legend doesn't ever want to re-team with his former KISS band member - who replaced lead guitarist Ace Frehley in 1982 but was only with the heavy metal outfit for two years - because he doesn't need "dark clouds" in his life.

When asked if he would work with Vinnie, Gene said: "No. No. He's a very talented guy. Everybody's got their troubles in life. You can't fix everything. I'm a big supporter of his talent. You know, go with God. Enjoy life, be happy.

"But I don't need more dark clouds over my life. It's nice and calm."

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Gene Simmons has vowed to never work with Vinnie Vincent again , explaining that he won ' t have any "losers" around in his life. Vincent replaced lead guitarist Ace Frehley in 1982 and played with KISS for two years.

Gene Simmons has no desire to work with his former Kiss bandmate Vinnie Vincent again , insisting he is not keen to have any “dark clouds” over his life. Vincent joined the band in 1982 to replace lead guitarist Ace Frehley.

Gene insisted KISS - who are also made up of Paul Stanley, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer - have a "professional" way of doing things and wouldn't want that to be interrupted.

Speaking to The Aquarian Weekly, he added: "Eric and Tommy have been with us for a very long time, and it's professional to the highest degree. Everybody is happy to be together.

"Everybody shows up on time. There's no, 'The dog ate my homework.' None of that crap."

After leaving the band, Vinnie claimed Gene and Paul owned him royalties for work on the group's 1983 album 'Lick It Up', but a Los Angeles federal judge later ruled against him, awarding the two KISS band members $66,400 in attorney's fees and $15,400 in costs.

Vinnie, 65, is due to appear as a special guest at the Atlanta Kiss Expo in January.

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