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March 2008

March 31, 2008
Bruce Audio Interview On HardRock Haven

Hardrock Haven recently talked with Bruce about the KISS Expo phenomenon, his tenure in KISS, what's going on with his solo projects, touring with Grand Funk Railroad and more. To listen to the two part audio interview, click over to HardRock Haven.

March 20, 2008
Bruce Appears On Led Zeppelin Tribute CD

Led Box - The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Tribute CD is a 17 track, 2CD tribute album featuring members from classic rock bands including Blue Oyster Cult, Thin Lizzy, Jethro Tull, Deep Purple, King Crimson, Great White, Nazareth, Toto, ELP, Yes, and more! Bruce performs on the track "Dazed & Confused" along with Jack Russell (Great White), Tony Franklin (The Firm) & Doane Perry (Jethro Tull). You can find out more about the Led Box tribute CD by visiting the Cleopatra Records website.

March 18, 2008
New Grand Funk Tour Dates Added

New Grand Funk dates have recently been added, so click over to the Tour Dates Page for Bruce's complete schedule.

March 16, 2008
Bruce's Studio Blog Updated: Day 26

Bruce has been back in the studio working on his next solo CD, which for now is "titled" BK3. Accordingly, his Studio Blog has been updated with the most recent events and pictures from his time in the studio.

Click here to read about Day 26!

March 14, 2008
Bruce To Attend Mexico Expo Rock Show

This year's Expo Rock Show will take place May 17 & 18, 2008 at Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City, Mexico. Bruce will be attending, along with John Corabi, and they will be performing and signing autographs. You can get more information about the Expo Rock Show, including ticket purchasing info, by visiting the Expo Rock Show website.

March 10, 2008
Bruce's Review Of Ace Frehley Show

It is not often that I get to see any shows when I travel for my Grand Funk gigs, unless we are on a festival bill with other bands of course. But this past Friday night was very different as I was able to see Ace Frehley and The Tubes in concert at the same showroom in Michigan that GFR would play on Saturday night.

I thought it would be a great double bill, as I knew The Tubes from years ago, being on a bill with them in the early 80's with Michael Bolton oddly enough. I caught the last half of the show, and "White Punks On Dope" is a fun song. Fee Waybill was quite entertaining in his 12 inch heels and crazy glam outfit. It is power pop with a crazy sense of humor. They ended the show with "Talk To Ya Later" another strong hit from the band.

But truthfully I was really there to see Ace like all the KISS fans in the crowd. I was aware that he was touring with a solid band, and that he was doing all the hits from his solo career and KISS. I had NOT seem him as a solo artist before so I was looking forward to the show. I was aware he wasn't feeling well that night as the sound man, Night Bob, is an old friend of mine. He said Ace getting over a chest cold, but to be honest Ace didn't let it keep that him down.

As he sang later in the set "Ace is back, I told you so!" After some high pitch feedback noise from his excellent looking Les Paul Custom signature model, Ace got down to business pleasing the crowd. I didn't take notes with the set list, but of course I enjoyed songs like "Breakout", (dedicated to Eric Carr), "Parasite", "Strange Ways", "Rip It Out", "Rock Soldiers", and "New York Groove". He even did a bit of "I Want You" in one of the songs.

The band was tight and his other guitarist a good compliment to Ace. The drummer sang well as well as played powerfully, and the bassist who was in a matching outfit with the other guitar player held down the bottom well. But the fans came to see Ace and they really embraced the Space Ace! Ace had a "Jesus" shirt on and sunglasses and a kind of KISS Revenge look to me with his facial hair.

I left right after he took out the cool Les Paul that has lights blinking across the top of it, and I heard the next day of course he used the smoking guitar as well. I am sure the fans went wild. Overall, he seemed confident and played well. The band was tight and as usual Ace's sense of humor shines through his work, both on this guitar doing all the tricks he is known for, and on the mike saying those crazy things that can only come out his mouth. Overall.. great show, and it was fun to see him on stage where he belongs. I look forward to hearing the new disc.

It got a bit rowdy before the show as I was clearly in the crowd, and as always the KISS fans are the best. So it felt like I was at a KISS fans, and of course I tried to sign and take a photo with all who asked. I had to take this picture of a KISS fan's tattoo. And he was a BIG fan and a BIG guy, so that back of his made room for an amazing version of DESTROYER in ink.

Our Grand Funk show the following night was fun, and the crowd went wild for the hits. Michigan is SO rock! (Anyone heard of DETROIT ROCK CITY?!) and with Grand Funk coming from Michigan originally, it was a rewarding trip for me.

Photos From Grand Funk & Ace Frehley Shows

Craig Clingan was at both the Ace Frehley and Grand Funk shows this past weekend in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan and has sent along links for everyone to check out some additional photos from both shows. He got some great shots of Ace, as well as of Grand Funk in action.

March 6, 2008
Bruce's Studio Blog Updated: Day 25

Bruce has been back in the studio working on his next solo CD, which for now is "titled" BK3. Accordingly, his Studio Blog has been updated with the most recent events and pictures from his time in the studio.

Click here to read about Day 25!

Bruce To Appear At 2008 NY KISS Expo

Bruce will be the featured guest at the 22nd Annual New York KISS Expo & Hard Rock Convention, which will be held on Saturday, May 3, 2008 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Secaucus, New Jersey from Noon to Midnight. Tickets are $18 in advance/$20 at the door. You can get additional info by clicking here.

March 5, 2008
KISSology Vol. 3 8x Platinum

According to a recent posting on KISSonline, KISSology Vol. 3 has been certified 8x platinum by the R.I.A.A. That makes KISSology Vol. 3 the most successful seller of the three volumes to date!

Messages From Bruce
"BK3" Studio Blog
BK3 EP Fan Reviews
Koolick's Picks
BK's Photo Album
LA Fantasy Camp Blog (2009)
LA Fantasy Camp Blog (2008)
NY Fantasy Camp Blog (2007)
UK Fantasy Camp Blog (2007)
Bruce Guitar & Bass Tabs
Official "Transformer" Lyrics
Official "Audio Dog" Lyrics
Bruce Expo & Tour Dates
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NEW! BK At Ace's CD Party
LA Rock Fantasy Camp
BK At Film Premiere
BK3 EP On BackstageAxxess
BK On Classic Rock Revisited
Studio Blog: Final Day! (50)
BK Guests On Don Saint-Thomas Baker Track
BK's Stage Shottz Interview
Rock Eyez Review Of BK3 EP
GFR Tour Dates Updated
BK On Calles Rock Corner
ESP European Tour Picts
Barry Manilow Visits MC
Video Of ESP In Belgium
BK Interview At Metal-Rules
KISS Expo Energizes Indy
Capture BK's KISS Tone
BK Interview At Fury Rocks
BK's Pedal Board Set Up Vid
BK On MySpace & Facebook
Bruce Expo & Tour Dates
KKB 1974 CD
KISS Forever DVD
Autographed Photos
ESP Live at the Marquee DVD
ESP Live in Japan CD
"Transformer" CD
"Audio Dog" CD

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