Ultimate Jam Night, the long-running weekly free music show held at the famed Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California turns its upcoming Tuesday-night show on December 6 into a night honoring famed band KISS with guest musical director and former KISS member Bruce Kulick performing a 10-song set. The event will be broadcast worldwide via Zinna.TV.Kulick, also known for his membership in GRAND FUNK RAILROAD, was a member of KISS from 1984 to 1996 during its so-called "no-makeup" era. His performance of 10 KISS songs at Ultimate Jam Night will be the most played in one show since his inclusion in the band. Over 50 artists, including ACE FREHLEY bassist Chris Wyse, L.A. GUNS guitarist Michael Grant, GOV'T MULE bassist Jorgen Carlsson, AUTOGRAPH vocalist Simon Daniels, drummer Jason Sutter of MARILYN MANSON, and guitarist Nikki Stringfield of THE IRON MAIDENS will perform tunes from KISS's entire career. Ultimate Jam Night is a long-running free weekly show currently in residence at L.A.'s famed Whisky A Go Go. Founded in 2015 by QUIET RIOT's Chuck Wright, the show features a rotating cast of the world's finest musicians assembled in an entirely unrehearsed setting. Since its inception, the night has provided a combination of live music, performance art, comedy bits, walk around characters, and community and charitable giving. More information can be found by visiting www.ultimatejamnight.com.
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