You can kiss your dreams of seeing KISS rock and roll all night at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony goodbye. According to Billboard, the band won't be performing at the ceremony because they can't settle on a lineup. Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, Paul Stanley, and Ace Frehley are to be inducted together as a band (which would make sense), but the band wants to "celebrate its entire history" (oh). They released a statement on their website, saying:

“Our intention was to celebrate the entire history of KISS and give credit to all members including long time present members Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer, and additionally Bruce Kulick and Eric Carr all who have made this band what it is, regardless of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame’s point of view.

“Although KISS has moved forward far longer without them, Ace and Peter are at the very foundation of what we have built and this would all be impossible had they not been a part of it in the beginning.

“It is over 13 years since the original lineup has played together in make-up and we believe the memory of those times would not be enhanced. Contrary to claims made through the media we have never refused to play with Ace and Peter”.

Ace doesn't agree with that statement, though. He recently went on the Eddie Trunk show and said it was only Stanley and Simmons who had rejected the idea of the reunion. “It’s very frustrating. It’s what the fans wanted, it’s what the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame wanted, and it’s not gonna happen. You don’t want to do something for the fans after 40 years of them supporting you?” Criss agreed, calling the decision "disgraceful," adding “I feel bad for the fans who were looking forward to the four of us being inducted together.” Two people here are seeming a lot more reasonable than the others.

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