Former MARILYN MANSON Guitarist Pens Song For PAUL STANLEY's Solo Album

According to KissKollector.com, former MARILYN MANSON guitarist John Lowery (a.k.a. John 5) has written and recorded an as-yet-untitled song with Bob Kulick for possible inclusion on Paul Stanley's second solo album, tentatively due later this year. Stanley has been working on his new solo CD for some time now at the recording studio of Bob Kulick, brother of former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick. The latter has been helping Paul Stanley record some songs as well, and has stated that "Paul is writing some great material." Bruce Kulick also recorded two tracks for KISS bassist Gene Simmons' new solo album, titled "Asshole", due in Europe next week and out in the U.S. on June 8.

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