KISS 'heartbroken' over Bob Kulick's death

ACE FREHLEY Pays Tribute To BOB KULICK-

Bob Kulick, the guitarist who performed with Kiss, Lou Reed, and Meatloaf, dies at 70; his brother, Bruce, announced on social media Friday, May 29.

His discography includes numerous tribute albums that he produced, including projects dedicated to the music of Aerosmith, KISS, Queen, Cher, the Beatles, Alice Cooper and Shania Twain. "Our deepest condolences to the Kulick family in this hard time".

Many fans and followers stated that they didn't believe what they read.

Everyone here at BraveWords offer our condolences to Bruce and all of Bob's family and friends. R.I.P.

Kulick's younger brother, guitarist Bruce Kulick, confirmed the artist's passing in a Facebook post.

"His love of music, and his talent as a musician and producer should always be celebrated".

In 2016, Kulick told Classic Rock Revisited, "[Fans] come up me all the time: "'My name is blah, and I play guitar in a band, and learned to play because of your solo in Larger Than Life'.

It does not seem like the Kulick brothers mended fences before Bob's death in May 2020.

The record producer and guitarist's cause of death is now not known.

In the years that followed, Kulick worked on further albums including Unmasked, Killers, and Creatures of the Night. I played on several tribute records in the 90s that Bob produced. "My condolences to his brother Bruce and extended Kulick family".

He also worked on lead singer Paul Stanley's 1978 solo album and even joined him on tour throughout the 1980s.

"I make great music; I don't settle. It's all about integrity, and that's how I'm able to keep going". I never went for the easy way: 'Oh, just take the money.' I never did that, it's just not me.

Another entry to the legendary guitarist's catalog was the song "Sweet Victory", used in the Golden Reel Award-winning episode "Band Geeks" of the Nickelodeon animated series "SpongeBob SquarePants".

Bob also picked up guitar work with Lou Reed, playing on the icon's 1975 album "Coney Island Baby" - Kulick's slide guitar is one of the first sounds on the record.

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