Video footage of an all-star Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp band featuring former members of KISS, AC/DC and WINGER performing THE ROLLING STONES classic "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" at this year's NAMM (National Association Of Music Merchants) show, which was held January 15-18 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California, can be viewed below.
Kulick wrote about the jam on his web site: "I was asked by the Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp to be part of a jam gig for Bugera amps, made by a very large famous company called Behringer. Kip Winger was on bass and vocals, Mark Hudson on guitar and vocals, Earl Slick on guitar and Chris Slade on drums rounded out the all-star band, and we kicked off the pre-NAMM show with our songs Wednesday at the Hilton next to the convention center. We did BEATLES, AEROSMITH, LED ZEP, AC/DC etc., and the president of the company, Uli Behringer (who is a great keyboard player), got up and jammed along on some of the songs."
The band lineup for the jam was as follows:
Earl Slick (DAVID BOWIE, ROBERT SMITH, JOHN LENNON) - Lead Guitar
Mark Hudson (AEROSMITH, RINGO STARR, HANSON) – Guitar, Vocals
Kip Winger (WINGER) - Bass
Chris Slade (AC/DC, THE FIRM, DAVID GILMORE) - Drums
Bruce Kulick (KISS, GRAND FUNK RAILROAD) - Guitar
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