Sadly for Kiss fans everywhere, the band is embarking on a farewell tour this year.
Given the band's extensive history, just how old are each of the members of the group?
Here are all the details on the ages of the Kiss rockers.
Paul Stanley — Age: 71
Kiss frontman and guitarist Paul Stanley was one of the band's founding members back in the 1970s.
Let's just say the 71-year-old can still rock out way better than people half his age! He was born on Jan. 20, 1952.
Gene Simmons — Age: 73
OK — Who is older, Gene Simmons or Paul Stanley? Gene is the only other original founding member of Kiss, and it turns out he's actually two years older than Paul, which makes him 73 and still rocking.
Gene was born on Aug. 25, 1949.
Eric Singer — Age: 64
Eric Singer is still a top-notch percussionist in his prime, having joined Kiss in 1991. He's younger than Gene and Paul, having been born on May 12, 1958.
That makes Eric 64 years old. He will be behind the drums on Kiss's farewell tour.
Tommy Thayer — Age: 62
Rounding out the band is Tommy Thayer, Kiss's lead guitarist and vocalist. Tommy also has the distinction of being the youngest member of Kiss, given that his birthday is Nov. 7, 1960, which makes him the baby of the group at the age of 62 years old!
What about former members of Kiss — how old are they?
Former Kiss guitarist and co-founding band member Ace Frehley is 71; original Kiss drummer and co-founding band member Peter Criss is 77; former Kiss guitarist Vinnie Vincent is 70; and former Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick is 69.
When is the Kiss farewell tour?
Don't worry, Kiss fans, you've still got time to catch the rockers jam out one last time. The band's farewell tour kicks off in Brazil in April 2023, and will end with two back-to-back shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City in December 2023.
You can buy your tickets here to be a part of rock and roll history!