Former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick will be collaborating with Norwegian glam-rockers WIG WAM on a new version of the KISS classic "I Was Made For Loving You" for KISS Army Norway's upcoming tribute album, tentatively due this summer."We have the intention of making the ultimate version of the song with an extended guitar solo which will once and for all place Mr. Kulick as one world's best guitar players," said WIG WAM singer Glam. Bruce and Glam performed a "stunning" cover of "Lick It Up" at the close of Kulick's set at the Rock In venue in Oslo on April 11. Bruce also played such rarely heard KISS classics as "King of the Mountain", "Who Wants To Be Lonely", "I'll Fight Hell To Hold You", "Uh! All Night", "When Your Walls Come Down", "Turn On The Night" and "Jungle". In other news, click here to see a photo of Kulick and LION'S SHARE guitarist Lars Chriss at Stockholm, Sweden's Canvas studio on April 10 during the recording sessions for Kulick's guest appearances on the new LION'S SHARE and AUDIOVISION albums.
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