Former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick was one of several musicians that made up the celebrity camp band at the Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp, where rock and roll dreams come true for fans who want to make their musical fantasies become reality. The camp took place in Los Angeles, CA, from February 16 - 20, 2006. Over the course of five days and nights, participants had the opportunity to learn from, practice, jam and hang out with some of the world's greatest rock musicians and songwriters. They were able to live their rock dreams, up-close-and-personal with the stars.

Commented Kulick: "This year's counselors and special guests included Neil Schon, monster guitarist from JOURNEY, the entire CHEAP TRICK band, who I have known for years, Mark Farner from GRAND FUNK RAILROAD who I never met before, but all of you should know THAT would be interesting working and jamming with him after me being the lead guitarist for GRAND FUNK for the past 5 years. Mickey Thomas super vocalist from STARSHIP, Mickey Hart from the GRATEFUL DEAD, Kip Winger and Mark Slaughter whom I shared an amazing KISS tour back in 1990 that I will never forget, Doug Fieger from THE KNACK, whose song 'My Sharona' I will never get out of head, camp director and good friend Jack Blades from NIGHT RANGER and DAMN YANKEES whom is always inspiring to work with, his great drummer Kelly Keagy from NIGHT RANGER, and Micheal Lardie from GREAT WHITE and NIGHT RANGER who is always good for a laugh with me. "

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