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Bruce Kulick rejoins Kiss for two songs during “Kiss Kruise X”

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Bruce Kulick rejoins Kiss for two songs during “Kiss Kruise X”

Bruce Kulick, Kiss guitarist from 1984 to 1996, rejoined the band for two songs at the “Kiss Kruise X” last October 29. The musician performed “Tears Are Falling” from the 1985 album “Asylum” and “Heaven’s On Fire” from the 1984 album “Animalize”.

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“Kiss Kruise” is an event promoted by the band that happends every year aboard a cruise ship. 2021’s edition also has shows from Night Ranger, Queensryche, Sebastian Bach, Bruce Kulick (Solo), Black N’ Blue, Tuk Smith & The Restless Hearts, The Talismen, Liliac, Nick Perri & The Underground Thieves, Kaleido, Craig Gass and Courtney Cronin-Dold.

Watch Bruce Kulick playing with Kiss during “Kiss Kruise X”:

Kiss Farewell tour

Kiss is currently in their farewell tour that according to Paul Stanley will continue until 2023, as he said in an interview with Ultimate Classic Rock:

“I believe strongly by the beginning of 2023 we will be finished. It’s a different time than we had pondered [farewell tours] in the past. The fact is that, physically, it’s incredibly demanding to do what we do. Look, we played [recently] in Austin, an outdoor show, 100 percent humidity. We’re running around for two-plus hours, not only with guitars, but I’ve got 30-plus pounds of gear on. There’s a point where you go, ‘You know what? This is more challenge than I want.’ And I only want to do it as long as I can do it smiling.”

“There’s really no thought about changing our minds. It has nothing to do with personalities in the band or tensions or a difference of opinion or musicality. It’s purely practical. You can play beat the clock, but ultimately the clock wins.”

2022 Kiss tour dates

March

  • 19 ROD LAVER ARENA Melbourne
  • 20 ROD LAVER ARENA Melbourne
  • 22 ROD LAVER ARENA Melbourne
  • 26 RAC ARENA Perth, WA
  • 29 ADELAIDE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE Adelaide,
  • SA

April

  • 1 QUDOS BANK ARENA Sydney NSW
  • 2 QUDOS BANK ARENA Sydney NSW
  • 6 BRISBANE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE Brisbane, Australia
  • 9 QUEENSLAND COUNTRY BANK STADIUM  Townsville (Outdoors), Australia
  • 20 MOVISTAR ARENA Santiago, Chile
  • 23 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 26 ARENA DO GREMIO Porto Alegre, Brazil
  • 28 PEDREIRA PAULO LEMINSKI Curitiba, Brazil
  • 30 ALLIANZ PARQUE Sao Paulo, Brazil

May

  • 1 ARENA EUROBIKE Ribeirao Preto, Brazil
  • 4 ARENA 1 COSTA VERDE Lima, Peru
  • 7 MOVISTAR ARENA Bogota, Colombia

June

  • 1 WESTFALENHALLE Dortmund, Germany
  • 3 ATLAS ARENA Lodz, Poland
  • 6 SPORTPALAISAntwerp, Belgium
  • 7 ACCOR ARENA Paris, France
  • 10 DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL Donington, England
  • 13 BARCLAYCARD ARENA Hamburg, Germany
  • 16 COPENHELL Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 18 TELE 2 ARENA Stockholm, Sweden
  • 20 HARTWELL ARENA Helsinki, Finland
  • 22 SCANDINAVIUM Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 24 FESTHALLE Frankfurt, Germany
  • 26 STADTHALLE Vienna, Austria
  • 28 SCHLEYERHALLE Stuttgart, Germany
  • 30 FESTIVAL DU PRINTEMPS DE PEROUGES France Saint-Vulbas – France

July

  • 2 ROCK FEST Barcelona, Spain
  • 3 WIZKINK ARENA Madrid, Spain
  • 5 LES ARENES DE NIMES Nimes, France
  • 7 HALLENDSTADIUM Zurich, Switzerland
  • 9 ZAGREB ARENA Zagreb, Croatia
  • 11 VERONA ARENA Verona, Italy
  • 13 O2 ARENA Prague, Czech Republic
  • 14 BUDAPEST ARENA Budapest, Hungary
  • 16 ROMEXPO Bucharest, Romania
  • 21 ZIGGO DOME Amsterdam, Holland

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