Members Of The Band Kiss Urge Eveyone To Mask Up Singer Gene Simmons posted a photo of the band en route to Dubai for a livestream concert. Not in their usual devilish face paint, they were wearing more normal masks.
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Members Of The Band Kiss Urge Eveyone To Mask Up

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Members Of The Band Kiss Urge Eveyone To Mask Up

Members Of The Band Kiss Urge Eveyone To Mask Up

Members Of The Band Kiss Urge Eveyone To Mask Up

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Singer Gene Simmons posted a photo of the band en route to Dubai for a livestream concert. Not in their usual devilish face paint, they were wearing more normal masks.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. If anyone knows about face coverings, it is the band Kiss. Last year, I reported the group was on its final year-long tour. Well, the End of the Road Tour is not over yet. Singer Gene Simmons posted a photo of the band en route to Dubai for a livestream concert - not in their usual devilish face paint. They were wearing more normal masks. Simmons reminded everyone to mask up as a courtesy and because it looks cool. It's MORNING EDITION.

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