UNION Complete Work On DVD, Plan Japanese Reunion Shows

October 30, 2004

UNION, the late '90s group formed by Bruce Kulick (GRAND FUNK RAILROAD, ex-KISS) and John Corabi (CARDBOARD VAMPYRES, ex-MÖTLEY CRÜE) along with Brent Fitz and Jamie Hunting, will reunite for some Japanese shows in late January 2005, according to a posting on Kulick's web site. "I am excited to do this as our DVD is finished now, we are just getting the distribution of it going," Bruce writes.

"I get many emails in regard to UNIONand all I can say is I don't really know how much performing we will do next year, but we are looking at some special shows. John, Brent, Jamie and myself all have other commitments as well next year, so we will see how things go."

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