Bruce Kulick along with Grand Funk Railroad members Don, Mel, Max, and Tim will be appearing on Bob Coburn's syndicated radio show "Rockline" on January 31 at 11:30 PM Eastern time. They will be interviewed, play a couple of songs, and take calls from fans.
Rockline goes live at 8:30 PM PST/11:30 PM ET every Wednesday. The toll free number for people to call in is 1 800 344 ROCK (7625). The show is heard on nearly 100 stations across the country. Or, people can tune in via the web. For a list of stations where one can listen to Rockline on the web click to http://www.grandfunkrailroad.com/latestnews.htm 
Just a quick note to tell everyone to check out the latest issue of "Guitar One" magazine. The cover story is about 100 famous guitarists & what they're doing today. They have an article on Bruce Kulick - talking about his past and what he's been up to lately, including AUDIODOG. It also has 2 pictures with it. - Eddie Kellar 
We just wanted to let everyone know the items that are currently up for bid at Celebrity News Auctions. The items currently up for bid include
Paul Stanley owned Gumball Machine and Jim Kelly Autographed Football to KISS members...Bruce Kulick's. Click the links above to go directly to the auction pages or visit our Celebrity News Acutions website for the full list. - Kira Tashjian 
The NAMM show went great and Bruce wanted to make sure to say a big "Thanks!" to all the great fans that came out and dropped by to see him at the ESP guitars set-up. 
Kreatures of the South International presents The Biggest Atlanta KISS Expo ever! The 7th Annual Atlanta KISS Expo Sunday, February 18, 2001 The Atlanta Hilton Northeast 11am-9pm. This years Very Special Guests will include: Former KISS Lead Guitarist-"The Animalize Man" Mark St. John, Former KISS Lead Guitarist -Bruce Kulick, WCW Wrestler-Dale "The Demon" Torborg, Live Performance by: Baltimore Maryland's "Ultimate" KISS Tribute Band- "Love Gun" Live Acoustic Performance by: Ralph "The Prophecy" Carl & The Best KISS Dealers from around the world! Fans and Dealers alike say that Atlanta is The Best KISS Expo around, so if you've only heard about the show, why not come in 2001, and let us give you The Biggest Bang for your KISS Dollar! Souvenir tickets will be $10. (in advance), and $12. (day of show). Children under 10 FREE with paying adult. Advance souvenir tickets are available now! Charge by phone tickets @ 770-753-9630, or send a self addressed stamped envelope (.34) to: Atlanta KISS Expo Tickets 5595 Ashewoode Downs Drive Alpharetta, Georgia 30005-4396 The Hilton Atlanta Northeast will have limited numbers of discounted rooms set aside for us, so call 1-800-445-8667 and ask for the "Discounted KISS Convention" rate of $79. a room (Double or King). For Dealer info send a request to Phil Elliott at the above mentioned address, or call/fax: 770-753-9630, or e-mail me @ KREATURESS@aol.com. See you at the show!
Special guests include: Bruce Kulick, Eric Singer and WCW's The Demon Dale Torborg. There will be Q&A`s, autograph and photo sessions with all three. Bruce will be world premiering tracks from his brand new Solo CD and will also be doing
a mini guitar clinic performing songs from the CD as well as tracks from KISS and his new band Grand Funk Railroad. KISS Freak's Steve Stierwalt will be putting his Peter Criss Gong (fresh from the KISS Auction) on display. Steve will also be hosting a Q&A with KISS ARMY Founder Bill Starkey! There will be all kinds of KISS merchandise and collectibles on sale as well as exclusive autograped items. The KISS Fest will be held at Sheraton's Four Points, 7701 East 42nd St (Pendleton Pike), Indianapolis, IN 46250. Call the hotel and ask for KISS rate - $69 per room. Tickets are $15 advance and $20 at the door.
Available at Ticketmaster starting on Monday. Visit your local ticketmaster location or order over the phone (317) 239-5151. Save the service charge and order online at www.kissshop.com beginning Saturday. 
Hello everyone. I hope you all had a great holiday season! I saw lots of friends, ate too much, and got a chance to relax which is rare for me. Spent New Years with friends at Eric Singer's gig with Glamnation. A good time was had by all. 
Now on to what is new for me....
I am finally mixing AUDIODOG the solo disc that I so urgently wanted to finish last year. So far I am really pleased and by the upcoming NAMM show, it will be all mixed!
I am planning to release a Limited Edition 4 song EP first, as I need to figure out who will release the full length disc. There will be a song on the EP that will of course NOT be on the full length, as you will want to have both right??? (Sorry, it makes sense to make them different and then you will have the bonus track from the EP). Not sure which songs will be on which one, but I am so happy to hear my music cranked in the studio. I will have the EP ready for my first event this year, Feb 17th in Indianapolis. The info on this will be coming soon.
I will also appear at the New England KISS Expo on March 25th and I will
have it there as well. I should be offering the EP on my site, Kulick.net and KISSshop.com as well.
As for Grand Funk, we are of course booked on February 2-3 in Traverse City, MI.
This is where we have rehearsed and the people who run the casino are so amazing to us. ( And a few of the tribal council, LOVE KISS!!!). We have a date in Florida on the 10 of March, which is in Hallendale. (Close to Ft Lauderdale). There are other dates coming in April, May etc, and of course the summer will be the busiest time for the band. I will make sure to update Kulick.net with info and you can always go to www.grandfunkrailroad.com for info as well.
If you are coming to LA for the NAMM show, look for an appearance from me, at ESP sometime on Saturday the 20th of January. Don Brewer from Grand Funk will be around as well, as he is doing the same for Peavey.
As to the book, it's coming along, more work (in a good way) than either Ken (my writer) or I thought it would be as we both have full time careers. But the book does start at an important point in Kisstory (1984) and essentially four to five chapters later I am in Detroit filming Animalize live. Ken's a fan and a musician and he takes you through the struggling musician point of view, in a personal way, and essentially walks the reader into "becoming a Beatle" as Ken would say! Ken is very good at his story writing, drawn from my intensive interviews. So I will keep you all posted about the progress. It will be worth the wait!
I will promise you all that the music on AUDIODOG will surprise you. I finally have achieved a definite KULICK sound, and I think my singing and playing will turn some heads. But THAT will be up to you all.
Lastly, I am proud to say that the auction site I have been involved in, has been a great success, and my KISS "ASYLUM" award got quite a high bid on EBAY. The immediate goal is to get Eric Carr a plaque at St. Jude's hospital, which I am proud to say is coming sooner than I expected. Look for more goodies from my collection to be featured on EBAY. Thanks for those who participated in bidding. 
Bruce Kulick is among the artists slated to take part in a tribute to guitarists Joe Satriani and Steve Vai, with half the album devoted to each. Kulick will cover "Always With Me, Always With You" from Satriani's Surfing With the Alien. Look for the disc next summer. - Metal Edge Online 
Bruce Kulick, who mainly earned his reputation as the lead guitarist for KISS, is once again back on the road, this time with 70's greats Grand Funk Railroad (of "American Band" fame). After spending 12 years with KISS, only to get a pink-slip when the Reunion Tour happened, Kulick went on to form a band with former Motley Crue vocalist John Corabi, called Union. With Kulick also putting the finishing touches on his first solo album he is staying quite busy since his exit from KISS. However, in between his studio work and preparing for the Grand Funk Railroad tour, Bruce was kind enough to answer 10 questions from Musician's University.