Former KISS Guitarist BRUCE KULICK To Appear At German KISS EXPO

Former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick will be appearing at the German KISS Expo in Witten on November 20, 2004. The first 400 fans at the Expo will receive a copy of the KISS photo book "Europe Revisited 76" free at the door. Tickets to the Expo are 12 euros at the door, 9 euros in advance. Please e-mail [email protected] to purchase tickets. For more information about the Expo, visit the German KISS fanclub, Hotter Than Hell Online.

In other news, Bruce will join forces with Rolando D'Lugo to offer the double-headliners-bill concert, "Kulick/D'Lugo: A Tribute to KISS (1984-1996)", in Puerto Rico in early October. Bruce and Rolando will be performing '80s and '90s KISS classics such as "Lick It Up", "Heaven's On Fire", "Unholy" and "Forever". They will also perform songs from Bruce's solo albums, "AudioDog" and "Transformer", as well as D'Lugo's current single, "Esperando". Bruce recorded an "awesome" guitar solo for "Esperando" and also made a special appearance in the video, according to a posting on Kulick's web site. Dates for the shows are:

Oct. 07 – Coaches - San Juan, PR
Oct. 08 - Boggler's – Ponce, PR

Tickets for the shows are available at Music Zone, Plaza Las Américas (787) 282-6764 and Boggler's, Ponce (787) 844-2199. Tickets cost $10 and doors open at 9:00pm. A limited amount of VIP passes are available for $15 and include: early entrance to venue at 7:00pm, exclusive access to KISS merchandise, and an exclusive meet-and-greet with Bruce and Rolando D'Lugo. More information on the event and Rolando is available at


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