(By Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker, Lead Journalist/Writer, RiffRelevant.com)
Session side man, multi-instrument musician, producer and more, Bob Kulick, has spent over forty years in the world of music. From his earliest auditions with KISS – who he would ultimately record with (unaccredited) on four albums while his brother Bruce would become the band’s guitarist at one point- to working with everyone from W.A.S.P. to Alice Cooper, Roger Daltrey, Diana Ross, Paul Stanley, Lou Reed, Meatloaf and countless others, Kulick is a well-known entity in music.
Now, after all of his time spent collaborating with or contributing to others’ works, Bob Kulick steps out of the shadows and into the spotlight. Releasing his first ever solo album through Vanity Music on September 15th, Kulick assembled a star-powered roster of people to help make his project a reality. “Skeletons In The Closet” is the result and we have this incredible debut streaming via the Soundcloud embed below.
Kulick himself provided all of the guitar tracks and co-produced the album, along with Bobby Ferrari at Vegas View Recording in Las Vegas, Nevada. The scope of the album’s music and songs in general is beyond impressive. Speaking of impressive, the who’s who of people who put in work on the album is a mind-blowing collective to say the least.
Joining Kulick on the album are:
David Glen Eisley
Dennis St. James
Dennis St James
So, once you recover from the shock of seeing that list, there is only one thing left to do. Stream Bob Kulick‘s “Skeletons In The Closet” now!