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“I am currently working on my next solo album and autobiography” – Interview with Bruce Kulick

Author Marko Syrjälä - 15.5.2024

Legendary guitarist Bruce Kulick is coming to Finland and Europe after a seven-year hiatus. This time, he has three performances lined up. In Helsinki and Tampere, Kulick will host unique guitar clinics, and in addition, he will engage in interactive Q&A sessions where the audience can ask him questions while he shares stories and performs his songs. The guitar clinics + Q&A events are organized in collaboration with Kiss Army Finland, Kaaoszine, On the Rocks, Tuhdimmat Tahdit, and Bar Kotelo. Apart from these two events, Kulick will also be seen on stage in Humppila, organized by the municipality itself, as the headliner for the Suuri Kasarifestivaali on Friday. There, he will take the stage with a live band, treating the audience to a set of Kulick’s era KISS material.

Check tickets for the events below:

27.05.2024 On the Rocks, Helsinki

29.05.2024 Bar Kotelo, Tampere

31.05.2024 The Great 80’s Festival, Humppila


Bruce Kulick joined the iconic KISS band in 1984 and played with them until 1996, earning several gold and platinum records. His KISS-era recordings included albums such as Asylum (1985), Crazy Nights (1987), Hot In The Shade (1989), Revenge (1992), Alive III (1993), MTV UNPLUGGED (1996), and Carnival Of Souls (1997). After his KISS career, Kulick started a new band with former Mötley Crue vocalist John Corabi. Union released two studio albums and one live recording before ceasing operations in the early 2000s. Bruce Kulick is also known as a skilled studio musician. He has collaborated with various bands, including Lordi, and has toured and recorded with artists like Avantasia, Meat Loaf, Michael Bolton, Billy Squier, and Blackjack. Additionally, he has been involved in projects with former KISS colleagues, including Gene Simmons’ and Paul Stanley’s solo albums, as well as Eric Singer’s ESP band. Notably, Bruce played continuously for 23 years with the American rock band Grand Funk Railroad until December 2023.

You can check out the full interview below:

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