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April 2000


April 21

UNION Tour News
UNION is pleased to announce that the first leg of their World Tour 2000 to support the Blue Room album release has been very successful. The first leg will come to a close on May 13th at WXCM 97X's 22nd International BBQ Festival show, after which the band will take a short break before heading out for a mini tour of Sweden. Upon their return to the states, the guys will take another brief rest before launching the album's second single and hitting the road again in the U.S. If UNION hasn't made it to your town yet, hang in there because the guys will be back on the road soon in a town near you!

United And Doin' Their Own Thing
In August of 1996 KISS made history reuniting the original band members and leaving guitarist Bruce Kulick and drummer Eric Singer out of work. Though Kulick continues to do performances at KISS-related events and is still on great terms with the band, it was time for him to take charge of his own career. Along with vocalist/guitarist, John Corabi (The Scream, Motley Crue), friend and drummer Brent Fitz, and a bass player named Jamie Hunting, who was discovered by Fitz and Kulick in a Hollywood club, Kulick formed the band Union. About a year after, they released their self-titled debut album, which was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Kulick, Corabi, and Curt Cuomo (Kiss). The album has recently been re-released by the band's new label, Spitfire Records. And now, a few years later, the band has moved into the twenty-first century with the release of their second studio album, The Blue Room, which was recorded at the home studio of producer, Bob Marlette.
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April 10

UNION "Around The World" Photo Gallery
UNION has sent in some great photos from their personal collection to share with the fans from their trips to Europe, Argentina and throughout America during their radio promo tour in support of "The Blue Room" album. Click here to view the photo gallery.

April 3

UNION Returns To Sweden
After a successful tour last fall with several positive reviews in domestic newspapers, KISS Army Sweden is proud to present UNION's return to Sweden this summer. Two shows are scheduled, and a third will be announced soon. The first gig is at the Anchor in Stockholm on June the 8th, and the second at Sweden Rock Festival in Solvesborg on June the 10th. Other artists confirmed to perform at the festival includes Alice Cooper, Dio, Yngwie J. Malmsteen, Saxon and Thin Lizzy, amongst others. Futher details and updates available at http://www.kissarmysweden.com. International visitors, click button "In English".

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