Watch: PETER CRISS Joins BRUCE KULICK On Stage At Nashville’s CREATURES FEST

Former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick and his solo band joined authentic KISS drummer Peter Criss on stage at this 12 months’s Creatures Fest at Nashville’s Sonesta Nashville Airport Resort on Sunday night time (Could 29). They carried out the track “Hooked On Rock ‘N’ Roll,” which was first launched on Criss’ solo album in 1978. Under is a fan-filmed video of the efficiency.

Kulick’s band, which additionally included singer and guitarist Todd Kerns, bassist and singer Zach Throne, and drummer Brent Fitz, largely performed songs from Kulick’s KISS heyday within the Nineteen Eighties and Nineteen Nineties.

PETER CRISS Joins BRUCE KULICK

PETER CRISS Joins BRUCE KULICK

Criss left KISS for the primary time in 1980. He’s collaborated with numerous bands and launched solo albums since then. Within the Nineteen Nineties, he reunited with KISS for a reunion tour, and most not too long ago in 2004. Eric Singer took his place.

Peter sang lead vocals on quite a few KISS’s hottest and unforgettable songs, together with “Beth,” “Black Diamond,” and “Arduous Luck Girl,” along with taking part in drums within the band.

Criss, also called “Catman,” launched his final solo album in 2007, titled “One For All.” For the primary time, Peter produced the album himself, with the assistance of visitor musicians corresponding to keyboardist Paul Shaffer and bassist Will Lee of “Late Evening With David Letterman.” The album comprises covers of “What A Distinction A Day Makes” and “Ship In The Clowns,” in addition to a wide range of types starting from rock and jazz to blues and Broadway.

Criss carried out on the Slicing Room in New York Metropolis in June 2017 for what was described as his remaining full U.S. engagement.

Bruce joined KISS in 1984 and toured with them on the “Animalize” tour earlier than returning for the reunion tour. Bruce is extensively featured on the band’s DVDs “Kissology – Vol. 2” and “Vol. 3,” which span the band’s historic four-decade-plus profession.

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