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Australia KISS cancel Australian tour but must go on for great white sharks

09:20  18 november  2019
09:20  18 november  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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KISS may have cancelled their Australian tour last week, but there's one concert they stuck with. The concert was billed as KISS playing to great white sharks — although no sharks actually turned up. The host of the concert, Adventure Bay Charters owner Matt Waller, said the concert was to

Despite cancelling their recent Australian tour after singer Paul Stanley caught the flu, Kiss still managed to rock a very special show before leaving The concert, dubbed " Shark Rock City," served as a promotional event for Airbnb in collaboration with the Australian Marine Conservation Society.

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The only Australian performance by iconic rock band KISS in their The End of the Road tour is being performed for great white sharks south of Port Lincoln in South Australia.

The band cancelled its other concerts after lead singer Paul Stanley pulled out due to illness.

The shark concert had been orchestrated by international accommodation company Airbnb to promote ecotourism locations around the world.

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18), Kiss performs for a new type of audience in waters off the coast of Australia : great white sharks . The band will take the stage on a boat in the Indian Waller had heard from a shark tour colleague who experimented with underwater speakers that the sharks behaved differently in the presence of

They were recently forced to cancel the Australian leg of their hotly anticipated farewell tour , just days before they were set to hit the But now KISS has confirmed three bandmembers will still perform Down Under as part of a paid deal with Airbnb - for just eight people and a few great white sharks .

Adventure Bay Charters owner Matt Waller said his company did not use blood or berley to attract great white sharks to its tourism cage diving business but instead used sound waves.

The company uses music to "appeal to the electroreception sense through acoustics in the water".

"We don't use blood and bait to attract sharks," Mr Waller said.

"We don't feed them.

"We've got onto this road of acoustic attraction and being more passive.

"What we're doing here is playing a concert for the sharks as opposed to the sharks being entertainment for us, we're going to try and entertain them."

He said there were eight people who purchased tickets on board with selected media outlets.

TEG Live and One World Entertainment, the promoters of KISS, announced US doctors had advised Paul Stanley to rest due to a bad case of influenza, prompting the rescheduling of the tour's first show in Perth and the cancellation of New Zealand.

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KISS performed a rare show specifically for great white sharks in Australia this week, but their underwater fans didn’t turn up for the occasion. It was the only Australian date on KISS ’ tour as they cancelled the other seven shows Down Under due to Paul’s sickness. KISS are expected to resume

KISS may have recently canceled their Australian tour , but the group Eight fans are also going to enjoy the concert along with the sharks , boarding their vessels in Port Lincoln. Trailer for KISS ' Concert for Great White Sharks . Where Do KISS Rank Among the Top 50 Hard Rock + Metal Live

End of the road

However his condition deteriorated and it was the end of the road for the entire Australian tour.

It has left the Newcastle Supercars concert without a headline act so the Saturday night concert has been cancelled.

Supercars general manager Kurt Sakzewski said they could not replace a band like KISS in seven days.

"Given a couple of months we might have been able to find somebody but at seven days' notice to try and find another act that would match up with what the KISS fans expectations are — it's just too difficult to pull that one off," he said.

While human fans will miss out, the band [bass guitarist Gene Simmons, lead guitarist Tommy Thayer, and drummer Eric Singer] will still produce rock 'n' roll vibrations for sharks without its lead singer.

"Gene, Eric and Tommy have said that this special show must go on, so the three KISS members will perform for the sharks as planned," a spokesperson for Airbnb said.

Mr Waller said he hoped the shark concert was not the last show.

"They're going out on a good note but there a lot of fans out there who really want to get in and hear these guys one more time, and I really hope Paul gets better and gets back on the road to do it for the fans," he said.

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