Bob Kulick is an amazing guitar player and Grammy Award winning producer who has played and written with artist like Kiss, W.A.S.P., Diana Ross, Meatloaf, Patti Labelle, and Michael Bolton just to name a few.
Steven & Sonny interview Bob to discuss his earliest musical memories. We also get into the recording of his newest record “Skeletons In The Closet”. (You can check out Hollywood’s album review right HERE)
We discuss some of the many tribute records he has produced including the one for which he won a Grammy. Bob has cemented his place in rock n roll history, but his story is not one that is up front and familiar to most. Although his younger brother Bruce Kulick may have gotten more attention becoming a member of Kiss in the 80s and 90s for a span of 12 years, Bob also is part of the Kiss family having played on many of the bands albums. Bob has seen and done plenty in the world of Rock, Pop, and R&B that no doubt will supply him with an endless amount of stories to fill an entertaining book one day.
Until that book comes out, he was kind enough to spend a little time with us and talk about topics like growing up around New York in the late 60s and meeting artist like Jimi Hendrix as well as playing some of the famous venues around town like Cafe Wha.
As an added bonus and because we wanted to test Bob’s cat like reflexes, we threw a bunch of random questions at him in a “Lightning Round” or not so lightning round – You decide.
Bob was a great sport and we had a lot of fun grilling him on some of his preferred taste revolving around music.
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