History was made last week in the world of KISS, arguably the biggest rock band in the world, when brothers Bob and Bruce Kulick joined the KISS Kruise for the first time in the seven years the getaway has taken place.

“Our appearance on KISS Kruise 7 the first night on the Main Deck (“Sail Away “ Stage) was one of our most exciting and memorable gigs in my life,” says Bob. “And I know my brother feels the same way about it.”

Just hours after the performance, the internet lit up when Kruise passengers began posting and sharing live video of the Kulick Brothers’ show, which overwhelmingly was regarded as the strongest of the week (see some video posted, below).

The band (also comprised of vocalist / bassist Todd Kerns and drummer Brent Fitz) had one rehearsal and one chance to put a set list together for the show. “It was a very personal walk down memory lane,” Bob states. “Especially with these songs, since we played on the original recorded versions of every one of them.”

“It was, of course, also a treat to play with Brent Fitz, who was our anchor for the show as well as bassist and vocalist Todd Kerns, who happens to be the singer on my single, Rich Man, which just went to radio this week.”

Bob and Bruce Kulick set list from KISS Kruise VII

1 All American Man
2 Hide YouHeart
3 Wouldn’t You Like to Know Me
4 Domino
5 Larger Than Life
6 Tears are Falling
7 Nowhere to Run
8 Tough Love
9 Tonight You Belong to Me
10 Who Wants to be Lonely
11 Crazy Nights
12 Turn on the Night
13 Goodbye

Bob Kulick’s Skeletons in the Closet is available here and on iTunes now.

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  • Frank T on

    I have watched numerous clips of the kulick brothers performance on YouTube. I have to say it was fantastic! I have also watched numerous clips of Kiss performing on the kiss kruise 7. And a handful of private shows featuring Paul Stanley with his son Evan, Bob kulick and Derek st. Holmes. Paul Stanley is one of the greatest singers of all time. Paul Stanley is also one of the greatest frontmen of all time. I cannot understand why he continues to try to sing. His voice is long gone. It hurts me to say this as I am a lifelong kiss fan and I even have a kiss Army tattoo. But I don’t understand why Paul continues trying to sing the songs. He cannot help it that age has caught up to him and he can no longer sing like he once used to. So it breaks my heart to see him struggling to even talk into a microphone on stage none-the-less sing these awesome Kiss songs. I don’t want to criticize Paul because kisses my all-time favorite band. But I wish he would put his ego aside and say enough is enough. He doesn’t need to do anything or prove anything else. His legacy along with the legacy of Kiss is cemented in stone forever.

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