Kiss reunited with two of his former guitarists, Ace Frehley and Bruce Kulick, during a concert prior to his cruise, Kiss Kruise, last Wednesday (31). The presentation, in acoustic format, was held in Miami, United States.
Ace Frehley, who will perform with his solo band on the cruise, came on stage with Kiss to play the songs “2,000 Man” (cover of the Rolling Stones), “New York Groove” (cover of Hello), “Nothin ‘To Lose “and” Rock And Roll All Nite “.
Bruce Kulick, on the other hand, played with Kiss the songs “Domino” and “Hide Your Heart”, besides having stayed on stage for the participation of Ace Frehley.
In interviews, Ace Frehley and Bruce Kulick talked about attending Kiss’s farewell tour shows, “End Of The Road,” which begins in 2019. Frehley said he received no invitation but only played again with the band recovering the makeup rights of Spaceman, which he sold after he left the band for the second time in 2002. Kulick said he would be happy to attend.
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