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BRUCE KULICK

Bruce has been a professional musician and songwriter since 1975.  Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. he has played guitar, bass and keyboards for many platinum artists.  Before joining KISS, he performed and recorded with platinum artists Billy Squier, Michael Bolton, and Meatloaf, with whom he toured the world on the "Bat Out of Hell" tour in 1977-78.  After that Bruce formed the band Blackjack with Bolton and played guitar for Squier’s first album, "Tale of the Tape".

In 1984 Bruce got the call to work with the legendary rock band KISS.  For twelve years he handled the lead guitar duties, performing around the world many times.  He has recorded and written songs on three platinum and six gold KISS records.  In addition he performed on both Gene Simmon's and Paul Stanley's solo efforts in addition to co-writing and performing on the re-union CD "Psycho Circus" and appears on the multi-platinum DVD's Kissology II and III.

Bruce has released three solo discs, "AudioDog" and "Transformer", and his latest release is titled "BK3".  It features members of KISS, Toto, Motley Crue, and The Knack, and has been been acclaimed by the critics as his best work yet.  Classic Rock Magazine quotes, "One time KISS man proves he's...quite a force."

Kulick enjoys performing with "The American Band" now in his 12th year filling the lead guitar spot. 

Additional information regarding Bruce can be found at www.kulick.net and www.facebook.com/officialbrucekulick.

 

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