Ex-KISS Guitarist BRUCE KULICK: Photos From Hollywood Collectors Show Posted Online

Former KISS and current GRAND FUNK RAILROAD guitarist Bruce Kulick attended the Hollywood Collectors & Celebrities Show at the Burbank Airport Marriott Hotel & Convention Center this past Friday and Saturday and has posted a number of photos from the event on his web site. Bruce was also presented with the multi-platinum award for KANYE WEST's "The College Dropout" CD. The track "Never Let Me Down" on the album makes use of the song "Maybe It's The Power Of Love", which was written by Bruce and Michael Bolton. Check out the pictures at this location.

A video interview with Bruce Kulick has been posted at the ESP Guitars web site. In the interview, Bruce recounts his 20-year history with ESP Guitars, including his breakdown of the specific features of the guitars he enjoys and why ESP Guitars have served him well from KISS to UNION to GRAND FUNK RAILROAD and beyond.

Check out the video at this location.

ERIC SINGER PROJECT, KISS drummer Eric Singer's just-for-fun band which also features Bruce Kulick, John Corabi (ex-MÖTLEY CRÜE; vocals) and Chuck Garric (ALICE COOPER; bass), recently released the "Live in Japan" CD. A DVD set filmed in Sydney, Australia, entitled "Live at the Marquee", will be available soon. The group performs classic songs by their favorite artists, including ALICE COOPER, LED ZEPPELIN, BLACK SABBATH and KISS.

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