November 7, 2007

Former KISS and current GRAND FUNK RAILROAD guitarist Bruce Kulick will make a special appearance at the Las Vegas Rock 'n Roll Fantasy Camp on November 9 only. Due to his touring schedule with GRAND FUNK, Kulick is unable to be a full-time counselor, but will be dropping in for one special day.

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Rock 'n Roll Fantasy Camp matches ordinary people with rock star counselors who teach them the ins and outs of writing and performing music.

Launched in 1997, Rock 'n Roll Fantasy Camp now has annual camps in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York and London. To help celebrate its 10th anniversary, musicians Slash, Roger Daltrey, Joe Walsh and Jack Bruce, among others, will gather November 7-11 for a special camp at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino.

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