Bob Kulick Passed Away at the Age of 70, Brother Confirms
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In his tribute, former Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick notes that the guitarist and record producer is 'at peace now, with my parents, playing his guitar as loud as possible.'

AceShowbiz - Rock veteran Bob Kulick has died, aged 70.

The guitarist and record producer's death has been confirmed on social media by his brother, former Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick.

"I know he is at peace now, with my parents, playing his guitar as loud as possible," he wrote.

Bob Kulick worked with the likes of Meat Loaf, Roger Daltrey, Lou Reed, Michael Bolton, and Diana Ross over the course of his four-decade career as an in-demand session player and producer.

He began a near-50-year relationship with Kiss in 1973 after he auditioned for a role in the band. He was passed over but went on to co-write and record with the band. Bob also guested on Paul Stanley's 1979 solo album and he even suggested his brother to the band.

The Kulick brothers were not close and just last month (April), Bruce confessed his relationship with Bob was not healthy following a spat over "copyright infringement". Bob claimed his brother had filed a restraining order against him.

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