Check out these great reviews and photos from my 12/30 show with my band at Vamp’d in Las Vegas, as well as a great video of “Tears are Falling!”
Bruce Kulick at Count’s Vamp’d
“When the band took the stage, they went right into a wide and diverse set of KISS classics, from the biggest hits to some of the more obscure numbers, including ones from Kulick’s tenure as lead guitarist of KISS from roughly 1984-1996. The chemistry and enthusiasm shared by this band of musicians spoke for itself, as they tore through classic after classic, typically with Kerns singing the Paul Stanley parts, and Throne singing the Gene Simmons parts. This was an audience packed with a wide array of KISS fans…”
Read full review at ZrockR
Bruce Kulick and his band of merry men
Not only was the packed house treated to 1/2 of the Kiss Revenge-era lineup which includes Kulick’s impeccable guitar playing and Singer’s powerhouse drumming but the tandem of Kerns and Throne was indeed a major highlight. Throne’s Gene Simmons Esq vocals roared on songs like “Unholy” and “I Love it Loud” while Kerns took over on Paul songs. Kerns is a rock star personified both in stature and musical ability and the energy he brought to songs like “Heaven’s on Fire” and “I Just Wanna” is worth the price of admission alone.
Read full review at Starcade Media
Eric Singer joins Bruce Kulick at Las Vegas debut
Eric Singer was a last-minute addition to Bruce Kulick’s show on Thursday night in Las Vegas, performing a full set of ’80s and ’90s-era Kiss songs alongside his former bandmate. Kulick’s drummer Brent Fitz came down with COVID, opening the door for Singer’s appearance with Kulick, singer/guitarist Todd Kerns and bassist/vocalist Zach Throne during a 20-song set at Count’s Vamp’d. This was the first time on dry land in front of a paying audience for Kulick’s solo band, which has been performing show-stealing sets on the last few Kiss Kruises.
Read full review at Ultimate Classic Rock