Guitarist Bob Kulick dies, played on albums by Kiss, Lou Reed
Guitarist Bob Kulick dies, played on albums by Kiss, Lou Reed
Rocker Bob Kulick, who wrote 'Sweet Victory' for 'SpongeBob,' dead at 70
30 May, 2020, 15:40
Born Robert J Kulick in 1950 in Brooklyn, New York, Bob was an American guitarist and record producer. He later performed (uncredited) on the KISS albums Alive II (three of the five studio tracks), Unmasked (lead guitar on "Naked City"), Killers (all four new studio tracks), and Creatures Of The Night.
According to media source, In 1972, Kulick initially tried out for a then-unknown band now KISS but the guitarist gig ended up going to Ace Frehley, who had auditioned right after Kulick. It says Bob Kulicks "love of music and his talent as a musician and producer should be celebrated forever".
We'd like to offer our most honest condolences to the family and loved ones of Bob Kulick.
Legendary guitarist Bob Kulick, who is best known for his work with KISS, Lou Reed and Diana Ross - has died at age 70. He went on to become a studio musician and played lead guitar on Lou Reed's debut album "Coney Island Baby".
Bob Kulick's older brother Bruce made the announcement on Facebook today (May 29).
Tributes have been paid to Kiss guitarist Bob Kulick, following his death aged 70.
"I know that he is now at peace, with my parents, playing his guitar as high as possible", he wrote.
KISS's special words for him as follows: "We are heartbroken. Please respect the Kulick Family's privacy during this very sad time", the post reads.
Bobclaimed in a UCR interview that he kept his work with KISS a secret for many years. I never went for the easy way: "Oh, just take the money.' I never did that, it's just not me". He was a member of Meat Loaf's touring band "Neverland Express" for over a decade, and was credited on the band's 1984 release Bad Attitude.
Kulick's most lasting contribution to more recent pop culture, however, is his contribution to the "SpongeBob" canon, a loving "Eye of the Tiger"-style pastiche called "Sweet Victory" from the 2001 episode "Band Geeks", frequently cited as a high-water mark for the show".
He also performed on W.A.S.P.'s The Crimson Idol and Still Not Black Enough, and formed the groups Balance and Skull.
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