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

Unique KISS drummer Peter Criss joined former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick and his solo band on stage Sunday night time (Could 29) at this yr’s Creatures Fest at Nashville’s Sonesta Nashville Airport Resort. Collectively they carried out the tune “Hooked On Rock ‘N’ Roll”, which initially appeared on Criss‘s 1978 solo album. Fan-filmed video of the efficiency may be seen under.

Kulick‘s group, which additionally options singer and guitarist Todd Kerns, bassist and singer Zach Throne and drummer Brent Fitz, carried out principally songs from Kulick‘s Eighties and Nineteen Nineties KISS period.

Criss first left KISS in 1980. Since then he is labored with different bands and launched solo albums. He teamed up with KISS once more for a reunion tour within the Nineteen Nineties and most just lately in 2004. He was changed by Eric Singer.

Along with taking part in drums in KISS, Peter additionally supplied lead vocals for a quantity the band’s hottest and memorable songs, together with “Beth”, “Black Diamond” and “Laborious Luck Girl”.

Criss, who was generally known as “Catman,” launched his final solo CD, titled “One For All”, in 2007. Peter produced the album himself for the primary time, and was joined by visitor musicians that included keyboardist Paul Shaffer and bassist Will Lee of “Late Night time With David Letterman”. The album featured a spread of kinds, from rock and jazz to blues and Broadway, and included covers of “What A Distinction A Day Makes” and “Ship In The Clowns”.

Criss performed what was being billed as his last full U.S. live performance in June 2017 on the Chopping Room in New York Metropolis.

Bruce joined KISS in 1984 and accompanied the band on the “Animalize” tour and continued with them till the reunion tour. Bruce is closely featured on “Kissology – Vol. 2” and “Vol. 3”, the band’s DVDs spanning their historic four-decade-plus profession.

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