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Bob Kulick and Bruce Kulick on Guitar, Brent Fitz on Drums, and Todd Kerns on Vocals / Bass Guitar
Backing Chorus: Philip Shouse & Jeremy Asbrock from Thee Rock N’ Roll Residency

Set List
1. All American Man
2. Hide Your Heart
3. Wouldn’t You Like To Know Me
4. Domino
5. Larger Than Life
6. Tears Are Falling
7. Nowhere To Run
8. Tough Love
9. Tonight You Belong To Me
10. Who Wants To Be Lonely
11. Crazy Night
12. Turn On The Night
13. Goodbye


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Former KISS Guitarist BRUCE KULICK Says Additional KULICK BROTHERS Performances Will Happen

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Former KISS and current GRAND FUNK RAILROAD guitarist Bruce Kulick was recently interviewed by Totally Driven Radio. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET):

On his recent "Kiss Kruise VII" performance with his brother, guitarist/producer Bob Kulick, and being invited to perform together again on "Kiss Kruise VIII":

Bruce: "Certainly, I was very aware of the impact that it could make, but in the moment, I was just trying to do my best. We didn't get to rehearse a lot. I saw that we went over [well], but it just seems like the magic that happened, it was less apparent from my eyes that night and more apparent watching it on YouTube [laughs], and then, of course, hearing what the fans are saying. You've got to remember that most artists, they hope to do their best on stage, and they want to perform well, and you're concentrating on that. The last thing you really want to do is just constantly tell yourself, 'Oh, this is epic,' because that's when you'll hit the wrong chord. You just try to be there in the moment. It was a lot of fun, and I was very pleased afterward. I had no concept of how amazing everybody would [react]. Obviously, that was a captured audience on the sundeck of the kick-off night, so it was a prime time, but I didn't realize that all those YouTube [clips] would be so effective. That's kind of how we got the invitation back. I know that the fans spoke, and it was very easy for Gene [Simmons] and Paul [Stanley] to realize, 'We should invite them back.' That's very flattering to me. That may be the biggest vote of confidence — that they enjoyed it too. It was a special night, and we were able to do something very unique in the world of KISS. I could represent some of my era and Bob's era all in one set, so the ingredients were quite tasteful, and I guess we had a good meal up there."

On whether they're planning additional performances:

Bruce: "Technically, we're not a band, but obviously, we have a lot that we can represent in a solid set. When opportunities arrive, we'll be doing more of it. It's been hard – a lot of people have asked, and with my GRAND FUNK commitments, it's not that easy to go say, like, 'Yeah, I've got ten days. I can go to Australia and do this.' Besides, we love Todd [Kerns, who sang and played bass on the 'Kruise'] and Brent [Fitz, who played drums], and we have to coordinate everyone's schedule. It's just something even, no matter how much I'll look at the opportunities, it's something I'm real proud of, and I know my brother's thrilled. He certainly came to the party with guns blazing, and loved it. He's enjoying the sunshine, if you know what I mean. There's a bright light there. It's all on the horizon. We've just to see how it fits into everyone's schedule. The fact that people are interested and excited about it really does mean a lot to us."

On the KISS family tree, and the band being highly visible in recent months despite not releasing any new music or embarking on a high-profile tour:

Bruce: "Gene put out the 'Vault', and I went out to support that here in L.A., and Bob was there in Vegas for him. I like all the little connections that have been very – kind of good family relations related to KISS lately, and I very much appreciate that. I think the fans are going crazy over it. Even Vinnie Vincent reappearing suddenly. All this is great for the fans, because it's a big world, what KISS has represented — lots of eras, amazing albums and videos, and there's a lot to share. It's something the [Rock And Roll] Hall Of Fame didn't want to do, which Paul and Gene were very vocal about, so it's really been an exciting time in the KISS world without necessarily KISS touring. It's all these other things related so strongly to KISS that are making the fans excited, so it's great to be a part of that. I think maybe we're at that post-20-year mark now that mixing things up and maybe trying some other things will show value. I know that the fans are buzzing about it. I think Gene and Paul see some of this as well. It's very clear to me they wouldn't have invited us on the 'Kruise' [otherwise]. Even having Ace [Frehley] on the 'Kruise', it's like, 'What? This is great!'"

On whether he plans to write an autobiography:

Bruce: "I'd love to write a book, and my book would really be about everything that I accomplished through the years, not only the KISS years. My brother, last year I know he was working pretty hard on doing something with a book, but I haven't heard him talk about it much [lately]. I don't want to compete with him or anything. He's got a fascinating story. I should ask him, 'What's going on your book, because people are asking me about mine.' It isn't something that's off my radar; it's just in some ways, my story is still being written, because new, exciting things keep coming."

During last year's "Kiss Kruise VII", the Kulick brothers played a 13-song set that featured 10 rarely performed KISS songs such as "Turn On The Night" and "All American Man", as well as three classics from Paul Stanley's 1978 solo album (on which Bob performed).
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New photo shoot with my band. We will be performing on KKVIII, and at Revolution Live in Ft Lauderdale on Oct 30.
L to R: Brent Fitz drums/vocals, (me),Todd Kerns gtr/vocals, and Zach Throne, bass/vocals. We’re rehearsing some killer KISS classics from my era!

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BRUCE KULICK TALKS SOLO KISS KRUISE SHOW: ‘REVISITING THIS MATERIAL WAS PRETTY FRIGHTENING’


MATTHEW WILKENING
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For the second straight year, Bruce Kulick provided some of the biggest thrills and surprises on the Kiss Kruise, this time with a solo show that dove deeper into his often overlooked decade-plus tenure with the group than ever before.

Last year, Kulick and his brother Bob earned high praise for a joint set that equally highlighted both of their contributions to Kiss' long career. An encore performance was initially planned for this year, but contractual issues caused the elder Kulick to back out. Undaunted, Bruce adapted by stuffing his set list with deep tracks from the '80s and '90s, as well as medleys dedicated to the Crazy Nights and Carnival of Souls albums.

"Reliving those years was pretty mind-blowing for me," Kulick tells Ultimate Classic Rock. "It was exciting! I got so thrilled about some of those songs. When we were rehearsing, I was telling my wife, 'This is gonna go over so well. Even though we know sometimes people make fun of those '80s songs, they're gonna go nuts.'"

Along with the excitement came apprehension. "I know the reaction is great, and I'm totally thrilled. None of them know how tortured I was by this. It was a personal struggle for me, to relive my guitar playing from about 30 years ago. Something like a Kiss Kruise, I take quite seriously as you imagine. I had a lot to prove. I was up for the challenge, but I didn't realize how intense some of that playing was. So I went through a bit of a shock. I wasn't even sure I could do all that, physically. Because I hadn't done it in so long. It was like a runner who hadn't been running for a while, I had to work up to it."

Luckily, he had a fantastic backing band, featuring his former bandmate Brent Fitz on drums, Zach Throne on bass and Todd Kerns on guitar. "I have to really thank my band. Those three guys worked really hard, and they had a lot of great input. Of course, Brent is my beloved friend from Union. Todd is such a terrific singer and front man. Zach Throne can sing great too. In this case, we put him on bass and let him sing some of the Gene (Simmons) songs, because he's got such a powerful voice. So I've got these three guys who can do so much. They were so dedicated. I know Brent was on a mission for a long time, he knows how many people grew up with my era in Kiss."

With their help, Kulick was able to change up the style he's been playing in for nearly two decades now with Grand Funk Railroad, in order to successfully revisit his flashier past. "For the last 18 years with Grand Funk, I've been that strong classic rock guitar player, lead playing in a more straight-ahead head manner. No Floyd Rose whammy bar, no hammer-ons, no intense flurry of riffs. I was clearly ordained to do that stuff in the '80s with Kiss. Sometimes the solos were 'King of the Mountain' style, which were really intense. I'd be like, 'How am I gonna do that?' I'm a perfectionist, I'm very picky, I like things to be just right. That's a challenge that can drive you crazy. So I had to be a little more lenient, and say, 'As long as I'm doing something that's reminiscent of what I did before, it's OK.' Some of that stuff, I don't even know what I did, It was in the studio and it was 30 years ago."

Another challenge was in deciding how to represent his 12 years in Kiss in just over an hour. "The key to keeping it a healthy diet of my era for the fans was the medley. With a 75-minute set, you're lucky if you can put in 14 songs. There's no way I could represent everything I wanted to. So creating these medleys was a challenge, but now there can be 23 songs in the set. I just gave enough of these songs to feel right, to take you back to that place when you were loving Asylum or Crazy Nights or Carnival of Souls."

After all that hard work, Kulick is allowing himself a moment to smell the roses. "The real thrill of this whole thing, and my goal on this cruise, was always to present my era of Kiss to the fans. This cruise proves to me that they have a hunger for that, and it hasn't been on the menu in many years," he says proudly. "I'll be the chef, I'm happy to present it to them. We saw people crying on the boat, it was quite a loving moment."

None other than Paul Stanley was quick to congratulate his former band mate. "Another nice highlight for me on the cruise was to have Paul give a really strong shout-out to me and my band. I made a mention right there on stage, that revisiting this material was pretty frightening for me. Paul said, 'Don't I know it!'

So is there any chance people will be able to see a Kulick show on dry land sometime in the future? "Well, you know, first I'm letting everybody absorb this, of course. But I've never felt stronger about my brand, if you wanna call it that. I've always said that I wave the flag of the non-makeup era, and I know that flag was flying pretty intensely on the cruise. Obviously I'd love to see what can come of it. I have so much respect for the guys in my band. Brent and Todd are always committed to Slash, that's a great gig and Slash, I presume, is quite excited to have them as his rhythm section. They have commitments, I have Grand Funk. I'm thrilled to be the guitarist in that band. So whatever could happen, we'd all have to look at our schedules. And I'd love to use this exact band, if there are any proper opportunities. But for the first time in a long time, instead of not knowing who I would play with or how I would do it, I have a lot more of a solid footing now. If everyone's schedule permits, I know exactly how to make a real impact. I don't like to do things half-assed - why would I want to do it any less amazing than I was able to do on this cruise? So, we'll see what the future brings, but it's an exciting time in my life, to be honest with you."

Bruce Kulick 10/31/18 Kiss Kruise Set List
1. "King of the Mountain"
2. "Unholy"
3. "Hell or High Water / I'll Fight Hell to Hold You / When Your Walls Come Down / No, No, No"
4. "Sword and Stone"
5. "Who Wants to Be Lonely"
6. "Thou Shalt Not"
7. "I Still Love You"
8. "Rise to It / Let's Put the X in Sex / You Make Me Rock Hard"
9. "Little Ceasar"
10. "Heart of Chrome"
11. "Jungle"
12. "Uh! All Night"
13. "God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II"

Bruce Kulick 11/3/18 Kiss Kruise Set List
1. "King of the Mountain"
2. "Thou Shalt Not"
3. "Tears Are Falling"
4. "Hell or High Water / I'll Fight Hell to Hold You / When Your Walls Come Down / No, No, No"
5. "Sword and Stone"
6. "Rise to It / Let's Put the X in Sex / You Make Me Rock Hard"
7. "Little Ceasar"
8. "Take It Off"
9. "Forever"
10. "Hate / Master & Slave / Rain / In the Mirror"
11. "God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II"
12. "Uh! All Night"
13. "Turn on the Night"
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BRUCE KULICK EXPOSE LE SPECTACLE SOLO KISS KRUISE: "C'ETAIT SYMPA DE REJOUER SUR CES TITRES"


Pour la deuxième année consécutive, Bruce Kulick a présenté certaines des plus grandes émotions et surprises du Kiss Kruise, avec cette fois un spectacle solo qui a plongé plus profondément que jamais dans son mandat de plus de dix ans avec le groupe.

L'année dernière, Kulick et son frère Bob ont été salués pour un ensemble commun mettant également en valeur leurs contributions à la longue carrière de Kiss. Une performance de rappel était initialement prévue pour cette année, mais des problèmes contractuels ont amené l’ancien Kulick à se retirer. Inébranlable, Bruce s'adapte en garnissant sa liste de titres de morceaux profonds des années 80 et 90, ainsi que de medleys dédiés aux albums de Crazy Nights et Carnival of Souls.

"Revivre ces années a été époustouflant pour moi", a déclaré Kulick à Ultimate Classic Rock. "C’était excitant! C’était tellement ravi de certaines de ces chansons. Quand on répétait, je disais à ma femme: 'Ca va aller si bien. Même si nous savons que parfois les gens se moquent de ces chansons des années 80, je vais devenir fou. "

Avec l'excitation est venu l'appréhension. "Je sais que la réaction est bonne et je suis vraiment ravi. Aucun d'entre eux ne sait à quel point j'ai été torturé. Cela a été une lutte personnelle pour moi de revivre ma guitare d'il y a environ 30 ans. Quelque chose comme un baiser Kruise , Je prends très au sérieux ce que vous imaginez. J'avais beaucoup à prouver. J'étais prêt à relever le défi, mais je ne savais pas à quel point ce jeu était intense. J'ai donc subi un choc. Je ne suis même pas sûr de pouvoir faire tout cela physiquement. Parce que je ne l'avais pas fait depuis si longtemps. C'était comme un coureur qui ne courait pas depuis un moment, je devais travailler à la hauteur.

" Heureusement, il avait un groupe de soutien fantastique, avec son ancien membre du groupe, Brent Fitz à la batterie, Zach Throne à la basse et Todd Kerns à la guitare. "Je dois vraiment remercier mon groupe. Ces trois gars ont travaillé très dur et ils ont beaucoup contribué. Bien sûr, Brent est mon ami bien-aimé de Union. Todd est un chanteur et un chanteur tellement formidables. Zach Throne sait chanter. Dans ce cas, on l'a mis à la basse et on l'a laissé chanter quelques-unes des chansons de Gene (Simmons), parce qu'il a une voix aussi puissante. J'ai donc ces trois gars qui peuvent faire tellement de choses. Je sais que Brent était en mission depuis longtemps, il sait combien de personnes ont grandi durant mon époque dans Kiss. "

Grâce à leur aide, Kulick a pu changer le style dans lequel il jouait depuis près de deux décennies avec Grand Funk Railroad, afin de pouvoir revisiter avec succès son passé plus brillant. "Au cours des 18 dernières années avec Grand Funk, j’ai été ce puissant guitariste de rock classique jouant plus directement de la tête. Pas de barre woofy Floyd Rose, pas de hammer-ons, pas de rafale intense de riffs. I Kiss a clairement ordonné de faire ce genre de chose dans les années 80. Parfois, les solos étaient du style «King of the Mountain», qui étaient vraiment intenses. Je dirais: "Comment vais-je faire cela?" Je suis perfectionniste, très pointilleuse, j'aime que les choses soient parfaitement justes. C'est un défi qui peut vous rendre fou. Je devais donc être un peu plus indulgent et dire: tant que je persévère quelque chose qui rappelle ce que je faisais auparavant, ça va. Certaines de ces choses, je ne sais même pas ce que j'ai fait, c'était en studio et c'était il y a 30 ans.

" Un autre défi a été de décider comment représenter ses 12 années dans Kiss en un peu plus d’une heure. "La clé pour garder un régime sain de mon époque pour les fans était le medley. Avec un set de 75 minutes, vous avez de la chance si vous pouvez jouer 14 chansons. Il est impossible que je représente tout ce que je voulais. la création de ces medleys était un défi, mais il peut maintenant y avoir 23 chansons dans l'ensemble. J'ai juste donné assez de ces chansons pour vous sentir bien, pour vous ramener à cet endroit lorsque vous aimiez Asylum, Crazy Nights ou Carnival of Souls. "

Un autre défi a été de décider comment représenter ses 12 années dans Kiss en un peu plus d’une heure. "La clé pour garder un régime sain de mon époque pour les fans était le medley. Avec un set de 75 minutes, vous avez de la chance si vous pouvez jouer 14 chansons. Il est impossible que je représente tout ce que je voulais. la création de ces medleys était un défi, mais il peut maintenant y avoir 23 chansons dans l'ensemble. J'ai juste donné assez de ces chansons pour vous sentir bien, pour vous ramener à cet endroit lorsque vous aimiez Asylum, Crazy Nights ou Carnival of Souls.

" Après tout ce travail, Kulick s’accorde un moment pour sentir les roses. "Le vrai frisson de tout cela, et mon but sur cette croisière, a toujours été de présenter mon époque de Kiss aux fans. Cette croisière me prouve qu'ils ont soif de cela, et cela n'a pas été au menu dans de nombreuses années ", dit-il fièrement. "Je serai le chef, je suis heureux de le leur présenter. Nous avons vu des gens pleurer sur le bateau, ce fut un moment d'amour.

" Paul Stanley n'a pas tardé à féliciter son ancien membre du groupe. "Un autre point fort de ma croisière a été de demander à Paul de me crier très fort, ainsi que mon groupe. J'ai fait une mention sur scène, sur le fait que la relecture de ce film était assez effrayante pour moi. Paul a dit: ' je ne le sais pas!
Alors, y a-t-il une chance que les gens puissent voir un spectacle Kulick sur la terre ferme dans le futur? "Eh bien, vous savez, je laisse d'abord tout le monde absorber cela, bien sûr. Mais je ne me suis jamais senti aussi fort à propos de ma marque, si vous voulez l'appeler ainsi. J'ai toujours dit que je brandissais le drapeau du l’époque du maquillage, et je sais que ce drapeau battait très intensément pendant la croisière. De toute évidence, j’adorerais voir ce qui peut en sortir. J'ai tellement de respect pour les gars de mon groupe. Brent et Todd sont toujours attachés à Slash, C’est un super concert et Slash, je suppose, est plutôt enthousiaste de l’avoir comme section rythmique. Ils ont des engagements, j'ai Grand Funk, je suis ravi d’être le guitariste de ce groupe. Et je voudrais utiliser ce groupe, s'il y a des opportunités, mais pour la première fois depuis longtemps, au lieu de ne pas savoir avec qui je jouerais ou comment je ferais. Je suis beaucoup plus solide maintenant. Si tout le monde le permet, je sais exactement comment avoir un impact réel. Je n'aime pas faire les choses à moitié assombries. Est-ce que je veux faire moins étonnant que ce que j'ai pu faire pendant cette croisière? Alors, on verra ce que l’avenir nous réserve, mais c’est une période excitante de ma vie, pour être honnête avec vous !
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BRUCE KULICK EXPLAINS SHORT-NOTICE KISS REUNION: ‘I HAD NO IDEA’


MATTHEW WILKENING
‎November‎ ‎21‎, ‎2018

Kiss brought former guitarists Ace Frehley and Bruce Kulick onstage for the first time in more than 20 years to kick off this year's Kiss Kruise, and Kulick says they had only a few hours to prepare for the big event.

The surprise guest appearances took place during Kiss' traditional acoustic sail-away show. "In the middle of the afternoon, on the day we boarded, I got a text from [drummer] Eric Singer: 'Heads up, I think at the sail-away, something's going to happen, and you're going to play.'"

Only one problem: Kulick hadn't packed an acoustic guitar. Luckily, current guitarist Tommy Thayer agreed to share his -- and even gave up the better one for a couple of songs.
"He uses those Chet Atkins acoustics," Kulick tells UCR. "I've always owned one and I use them. So I went up to Tommy's room, he had two guitars, one that definitely played better than the other. I jokingly begged him, 'Look, if you're going to give me the majority of the lead guitar work for 'Domino' and 'Hide Your Heart,' give me the 'A' guitar -- just hand it over onstage, it'll look good.'"
Kulick was then asked to stay onstage while Frehley sang two songs; then all six musicians teamed up for the set-closing "Nothin' to Lose" and "Rock and Roll All Nite." Responsibility for the guitar solo for the latter song ended up turning into a game of hot potato.

"I had no idea I'd be up there for six songs," Kulick says. "I told Tommy, 'I don't want to solo, if you're giving me back the 'B' Chet Atkins, you do it, or you figure it out with Ace.' Ace just laughed and said, 'I don't wanna play this freaking thing, you do it!' So Tommy did it, and he did a great job. I know it looked great and it felt great and the fans got a great treat."
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BRUCE KULICK EXPLIQUE LA RÉUNION DE KISS : «Je n’avais aucune idée»


Kiss a amené les anciens guitaristes Ace Frehley et Bruce Kulick sur scène pour la première fois en plus de 20 ans pour lancer Kiss Kruise cette année. Kulick a déclaré qu'ils n'avaient que quelques heures pour se préparer pour le grand événement.

Les apparitions surprises ont eu lieu pendant le spectacle de voile acoustique traditionnel de Kiss.
"Au milieu de l'après-midi, le jour de notre embarquement, j'ai reçu un texte de [batteur] Eric Singer:" Attention, je pense qu'à la voile, quelque chose va se passer et vous allez jouer. '"

Un seul problème: Kulick n'avait pas emballé de guitare acoustique. Heureusement, le guitariste actuel Tommy Thayer a accepté de partager le sien - et a même abandonné le meilleur pour quelques chansons.

"Il utilise l'acoustique de Chet Atkins", a déclaré Kulick à UCR. "J'en ai toujours possédé une et je les utilise. Alors je suis allé dans la chambre de Tommy, il avait deux guitares, une qui jouait certainement mieux que l'autre. Je l'ai supplié en plaisantant: 'Regardez, si vous voulez bien me donner la majorité des guitares principales fonctionnent pour 'Domino' et 'Hide Your Heart', donnez-moi la guitare 'A' - remettez-la simplement sur scène, ça ira bien. "

On a ensuite demandé à Kulick de rester sur scène pendant que Frehley chantait deux chansons; puis les six musiciens se sont associés pour la clôture du plateau "Nothin 'to Lose" et "Rock and Roll All Nite". La responsabilité du solo de guitare pour cette dernière chanson a fini par se transformer en un jeu de patate chaude.

"Je ne savais pas que je serais là-haut pour six chansons", a déclaré Kulick. "J'ai dit à Tommy: 'Je ne veux pas jouer en solo, si tu me rends le' B 'Chet Atkins, tu le fais, ou tu le découvres avec Ace.' Ace se contenta de rire et dit: "Je ne veux pas jouer à cette chose terrifiante, tu le fais!" Alors Tommy a fait ça, et il a fait un excellent travail. Je sais que ça avait l'air super et que ça sentait bien et que les fans ont eu un bon régal. "
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BRUCE KULICK PERFORMS "THE CHRISTMAS WALTZ" IN NEW HOLIDAY VIDEO


December 24, 2018, a day ago

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"Here’s Lisa and I with our 2018 Holiday Greeting for you all to enjoy. 'The Christmas Waltz', one of my faves done BK style," says former KISS, and current Grand Funk Railroad guitarist Bruce Kulick. "Happy Holidays from our house to yours."

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