The Rock Hall Of Fame induction of KISS appears to have made a couple of members willing to bury the hatchet someplace other than in one another's backs. Gene Simmons floated the notion that the band should get together for the April 10 induction ceremony at the Barclays Center, which is not far from where the band made its live debut in Queens, New York. That overture got a positive reaction from Ace Frehley, who hasn't played with the band in about a decade and as recently as a couple of months ago put the prospect ever doing so in the hell freezes over category. Frehley told Rolling Stone that getting back into his gear and playing with the surviving members of the original lineup, '...sounds like a great idea', and added, 'I don't forsee any bad blood.' HBO will televise highlights from the April 10th induction in May.
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