Former KISS guitarists Bruce Kulick and Ace Frehley joined KISS to performing six songs for KISS’ traditional acoustic sail-away show.
During the recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, Bruce Kulick has revealed the message he got from KISS drummer Eric Singer. Here’s the statement:
“In the middle of the afternoon, on the day we boarded, I got a text from [drummer] Eric Singer: ‘Heads up, I think at the sail-away, something’s going to happen, and you’re going to play.'”
On how they shared guitar solos, Bruce Kulick said:
“I had no idea I’d be up there for six songs. I told Tommy, ‘I don’t want to solo, if you’re giving me back the ‘B’ Chet Atkins, you do it, or you figure it out with Ace.’ Ace just laughed and said, ‘I don’t wanna play this freaking thing, you do it!’
So Tommy did it, and he did a great job. I know it looked great and it felt great and the fans got a great treat.”
Three weeks ago, Ace Frehley spoke in an interview with Loudwire and explained his thoughts about returning to KISS for their “End Of The Road” farewell tour. He said:
“They’re testing the waters. I think they’re waiting for promoters to come backand say, ‘Well, we’ll give you X amount of dollars if Ace is involved and Peter is involved.’ It’s all about money with those guys and they’ll be the first to admit it, especially Gene.
When Doc McGee gets a call from a promoter and they say, ‘We’ll give you double the amount of money with Ace and Peter,’ we’re gonna get the call.”
Click here to entire interview.