BRUCE KULICK, BRET MICHAELS To Guest On VH1 CLASSIC's 'Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp'

March 28, 2005

Former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick and POISON frontman Bret Michaels are among the musicians that have participated in VH1 Classic's two-hour "Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp" premiering Saturday, April 2 at 9:00 p.m. The program captures artist interviews at this now annual event that lets grown-ups act out their rock star dreams for a week by learning the basics of rock and roll performing from some of the music industry's masters.

"Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp" includes sage advice from this year's world-class "camp counselors" including Kulick, Michaels, Roger Daltrey (THE WHO),Nils Lofgren (E STREET BAND),Dickey Betts (ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND),Jane Wieldin (THE GO GO'S),Jon Anderson (YES),Simon Kirke (BAD COMPANY),Jack Blades (NIGHT RANGER),Elliot Easton (THE CARS) and Colin Hay (MEN AT WORK).

Many "counselors", including Daltrey, Betts, Anderson, Hay and Michaels answer questions in the special submitted in advance by VH1 Classic viewers and asked at the camp by VH1 Classic host Lynn Hoffman.

Rounding out the two-hour block will be classic music videos by artists who served as "camp counselors" this year. Videos include "Down Under" by MEN AT WORK, "Sister Christian" by NIGHT RANGER, "Pinball Wizard" by THE WHO, "Owner of a Lonely Heart" by YES and "Hello Again" by THE CARS.

Launched in May 2000, VH1 Classic is a 24-hour network that presents music videos, concerts and music specials featuring classic rock, soul and pop artists from the '60s, '70s and '80s. Featured artists include THE BEATLES, THE ROLLING STONES, TINA TURNER, LED ZEPPELIN, MARVIN GAYE, THE WHO, STEVIE WONDER, THE POLICE and many more.

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