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Bruce Kulick

Bruce Kulick

Bruce Kulick (KISS, GFR, UNION) Guitar Lesson: Early Influences - Part1

http://www.livetojam.com presents "All Stars of Rock Guitar" 2-Disc Special Edition! All Stars of Rock Guitar DVD features over 3 hours of lessons from four guitar masters including George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob, Souls Of We), Bruce Kulick (KISS,Solo Artist, Grand Funk Railroad), Jennifer Batten (Solo Artist, Michael Jackson, Jeff Beck), Darrell Roberts (Five Finger Death Punch, W.A.S.P) Each artist discusses their influences and demonstrates some of their signature techniques along with very informative lead guitar and songwriting methods. From Wikipedia: Kulick is best known as lead guitarist for the rock band Kiss from September 1984 to August 1996. Kulick never wore Kiss' face paint on stage, which they removed in 1983. Kulick was the first member of Kiss to be billed under his actual birth name, and to date, along with Tommy Thayer, is one of only two members to ever do so. All other past and present members have been billed under stage names, legally-changed names, nicknames or modified names. He was also one of only two members of Kiss, the other being Mark St. John whom Kulick replaced in 1984, to never wear makeup in the band. Originally brought in as a touring member after guitarist Mark St. John was diagnosed with Reiter's Syndrome, Kulick played on 5 Kiss studio albums: Asylum, Crazy Nights, Hot in the Shade, Revenge and Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions; he also appeared on Alive III and Kiss Unplugged. The song "I Walk Alone" from Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions is the only Kiss track to feature Kulick as lead vocalist. To this day Kulick is featured on more than 20 Kiss releases. When the original members of the band regrouped, starting in 1995 with the MTV Unplugged special that carried over into re-adopting their makeup and costuming for the "Reunion Tour" in 1996, Bruce Kulick and Eric Singer were paid weekly during the tour; while "sidelined" from Kiss, both were allowed to do other projects so long as Simmons and Stanley okayed them.[1] Kulick officially left Kiss in December 1996.[2] Kulick was with the band longer than any member aside from the original foursome and drummer Eric Singer. (Singer has done three discontinuous stints with the band, each much shorter than Kulick's.) [3] When Ace Frehley again left Kiss (in 2002, after the Farewell Tour), Kulick was not asked to rejoin as Gene and Paul thought that Tommy Thayer (former Black 'n Blue guitarist and Kiss tour manager) could capture Ace's persona better than Bruce. Incidentally, Bruce's brother Bob Kulick also played with Kiss as a session guitarist, and in addition appeared on Paul Stanley's 1978 solo album. Bob was also a member of Paul's touring band for his 1989 "club tour." Discography with Mike Katz, Guy Bois KKB 1974 (1974) with Billy Squier The Tale of the Tape (1980) with Blackjack Blackjack (1979) Worlds Apart (1980) with The Good Rats Great American Music (1981) with Michael Bolton Michael Bolton (1983) Everybody's Crazy (1985) The Hunger (1987) with KISS Asylum (1985) Crazy Nights (1987) Chikara (1988) Smashes, Thrashes & Hits (1988) Hot in the Shade (1989) Revenge (1992) Alive III (1993) Kiss Unplugged (1996) Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions (1997) The Box Set (2001) The Very Best of Kiss (2002) The Best of Kiss, Volume 2: The Millennium Collection (2004) The Best of Kiss, Volume 3: The Millennium Collection (2005) Kiss Video Albums Animalize Live Uncensored (1985) Exposed (1987) Crazy Nights (1988( X-treme Close-Up (1992) Kiss Konfidential (1993) Kiss My Ass: The Video (1994) Kiss Unplugged (1996) Kissology Volume Two: 1978-1991 (2007) Kissology Volume Three: 1992--2000 (2007) with Union Union (1998) Live in the Galaxy (1999) The Blue Room (2000) with Daniel MCcartney Unbreakle (2000) with ESP Lost & Spaced (1998) ESP (1999) Live In Japan (2006) Live at the Marquee DVD (2006) Audio Dog (2001) Transformer (2003) BK3 (2010)[10] Stevie - Gypsy! (1984) Don Johnson - Let It Roll (1989) Graham Bonnet - The Day I Went Mad (1999) Tribute to Van Halen - Little Guitars (2000) Produced by Bob Kulick. Eric Carr - Rockology (2000) Produced by Bruce Kulick. KISS Tribute - Spin The Bottle (2004) Gene Simmons - Asshole (2004) Bruce and Bob Kulick - KISS Forever (2005) KISS Instructional DVD Lordi - The Arockalypse (2006) Paul Stanley - Live to Win (2006) Michael Schenker - Doctor Doctor: The Kulick Sessions (2008) Led Box - The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Tribute: Dazed & Confused (2008) Lordi - Babez for Breakfast (2010)

Videos

ESP Guitars: Bruce Kulick Interview 2013 (Part 1/2)

In part one of this special interview, ESP player Bruce Kulick shows off the ESP guitars he used during his tenure in KISS. Bruce has been playing ESP for ov...

Bruce Kulick - Hot Licks Guitar video - complete

This video is your chance to study with one of rock guitar's true rising stars! Bruce Kulick of KISS is on of the most exiting players to listen to and watch...

Bruce Kulick Interview, discussing the mystery of Mark St. Johns hand ailment.

http://www.talesfromthestage.com Bruce Kulick of GFR and Kiss is interviewed by Tales from the Stage author, Michael Toney. They discuss Bruce's tenure with ...

NAMM '14 - Rock N' Roll Relics Bruce Kulick Signature Demo

http://www.premierguitar.com/namm2014.

Bruce Kulick Sits Down with Threes Sides of the Coin & Takes You Inside KISS

Visit http://www.ThreeSidesOfTheCoin.com and join the conversation. Three Sides of the Coin is a KISS podcast featuring Michael Brandvold, Mitch Lafon and To...

Bruce Kulick on how he felt about the original Kiss reuniting

Bruce Kulick responds to a Kiss fan about how he felt about the original band reuniting.-Eddie Trunk interview 4.28.2001 https://twitter.com/Metalfavs.

Bruce Kulick vs a Kiss Fan (7.16.1995)

At a Kiss Convention in Minnesota, a fan asks Bruce a question he doesn't like. https://twitter.com/Metalfavs.

Bruce Kulick - No Friend Of Mine

A song from the upcoming Bruce Kulick album BK3! Tracklisting for BK3 http://kulick.net/merchandise.shtml?submit=BUY+NOW#BK3CD 1. Fate 2. Ain't Gonna Die (fe...

KISS - Cold Gin & Guitar Solo Bruce Kulick - Budokan Hall, Japan 1988

A solid performance of KISS in Nippon Budokan Hall. Tokyo, Japan in 1988! Not really much is known about this concert but the capacity of Budokan Hall back i...