KISS guitarist and co-founder Paul Stanley celebrated the band’s former guitarist Bruce Kulick’s 67th birthday by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account.
As you may know, in 1984 Bruce Kulick joined KISS as lead guitarist, replacing Mark St. John, who left the band due to a health problem. Kulick recorded five studio albums with KISS and remained a member of the band until 1996.
Recently on Twitter, Paul Stanley shared a photo of Bruce Kulick from the time he was still playing with KISS. As you can see in the photo below, Kulick looked so young and sharp as he wore the band’s attire and held his guitar while posing for the camera.
In the caption of the image, Stanley mentioned what a great friend and musician Bruce is and praised his personality and musical talent. Paul stated that Bruce is always a rock-solid both in friendship and music.
Additionally, Paul showed how humble he is by not forgetting to celebrate his former bandmate’s special day and earned the respect of the community. Also, I wanted to give some simple but forceful words to Bruce.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRUCE!!! In music and friendship always solid rock! pic.twitter.com/3o2MeTi8ZU
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) December 13, 2020
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