KISS Drummer ERIC SINGER at NAMM: Photos Available

January 24, 2005

This year only one KISS member attended NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants),while several former KISS members were signing autographs at the annual convention held in Anaheim, California. KISS drummer Eric Singer signed autographs in the Zildjian booth, and photos can be seen at Also at this location you can check out some of Dimebag Darrell's guitars that were on display, featuring stickers of his favorite band, KISS, on the body.

As always, former KISS lead guitarist Bruce Kulick attended NAMM, while another former KISS axe slinger, Mark St John, made a rare (unadvertised) appearance. He appeared in a small booth in the percussion area, hanging out with the drummer of the BEACH BOYS. Bruce Kulick signed in the ESP booth, and on Thursday night (Jan. 20) he joined former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Gilby Clarke on stage at the Vault in Long Beach, CA, to jam on the KISS classic "Strutter" as well as a few other songs.

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