Bob Kulick was an American guitarist and record producer best known for his studio work with Kiss and his tenure in W.A.S.P. Bob Kulick died at the age of 70. His death was announced by his brother in a Facebook post on the afternoon of May 29.
Bob Kulick Biography
Bob was born Robert J. Kulick in Brooklyn, New York, and was the older brother of former Kiss lead guitarist Bruce Kulick.
Bob Kulick Age
Bob Kulick was born on January 16, 1950. At the time of his death, he was 70 years old.
Bob Kulick Career
Bob began his career in late 1972 when he auditioned for the lead guitar spot in then-new band called kiss. Despite, not making in Kiss initially, Kulick was regularly invited to jam with the members, which led to his appearances on several albums. Kulick co-wrote WWE superstar Triple H’s theme music, “The Game” alongside Motorhead. In his website, he details the fact that Kulick been part of “14 platinum or gold records.” Kulick also served as a studio guitarist for Lou Reed, Michael Bolton, Meat Loaf, and Diana Ross. Kulick also wrote Steven Seagal’s theme song, “True Justice” and “Auction Hunters” TV shows.
Bob Kulick Personal Life
Bob Kulick is of Jewish background and in 1983 he began a long-term relationship with actress Stella Stevens.
Bob Kulick Death
Bob Kulick died on May 28, 2020. His death was confirmed by his brother Bruce Kulick on May 29 on a Facebook post.
I am heartbroken to have to share the news of the passing of my brother Bob Kulick. His love of music, and his talent as…
Kulick played guitar on the Kiss albums Alive II in 1977, Unmasked in 1980 and Killers in 1982. His younger brother went on to join the band full-time in 1984. In 2004, Bob Kulick won a Grammy award for his production on Motorhead’s “Whiplash.” At the time of his death was residing in Las Vegas, Nevada and was a regular participant in the annual “KISS Night in Las Vegas” fundraiser for music programs in Clark County, Nevada schools until his death.