Click over to the KULICK.net Multimedia section to view the latest photos from Bruce's trip to Argentina which includes photos from their acoustic performance at Much Music and live shots from the UNION concerts in Argentina! [View The Photos...]
Thanks to Bob Lopinski, KULICK.net has some great photos of UNION's recent shows at Paladino's on October 11th and The Shack on October 12th. Click over to the KULICK.net Multimedia section, Photos From The Vault, to check them out! [View The Photos...]
The Bruce Kulick Photo Album has been updated with some brand new photos of Bruce's latest trips. There are new photos of Bruce at the Montreal KISS Expo which include Bruce with "The Demon" Dale Torborg and Giselle (who sang the Canadian National Anthem) at the Montreal Expos game where Bruce performed the U.S. Anthem. Additionally there are new photos of Bruce's trip to Norway for the Norway KISS parties. [View The Photos...]
Giselle & Bruce|
Because Argentinean fans can't get enough of UNION the band has just added a second date to their upcoming visit to Buenos Aires. UNION's second show will take place Saturday, October 20, 2001 at The Roxy (Av.Casares y Sarmiento, Arcos del Sol - frente al Planetario)
with opening bands NATIVO and NARANJA METALICA. Advance tickets are on sale NOW at the following places: Locuras (Plaza Once / Munro), Leechi (Sante Fe 1470, Galerķa Bond Street, Local 42), Daiam (Talcahuano 140),
Rock Soldiers (Av. Rivadavia 6733, Galeria LeBoulevard. Flores), Metal Rock (Cuenca 2840, Local 14. Villa del Parque) TE: 4504-7858, La Estaca (Peatonal Rivadavia 334, Local 20. Quilmes). Before the show there's going to be a KISS Expo and an autograph & photo session with Bruce & John. Stay tuned to KULICK.net for more news about this event! Advance tickets for the October 19 show at El Teatro (Federico Lacroze y Alvarez Thomas) are still available at the same places.
www.star-interviews.com - I first saw Bruce Kulick in Richfield, Ohio playing guitar for KISS in 1984. I was expecting someone named Mark St. John but he was either kicked out of KISS or had to quit, couldn't perform, depends on who you talk to. In my opinion, Bruce Kulick didn't fit in KISS. He was too good for them. Sure, you could argue that KISS is legendary and great, but I am here to tell you, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are showmen, not true musicians. They are good at what they do, have a large following, and I love KISS too. But that's old KISS. To me, when Bruce came into the band, it was the 'Kulick Era' because no matter how good or how bad the music was from 1984 to 1995, one thing shined, the guitar. [Read The Interview...]