Bob Kulick not appearing at KISS Kruise VIII due to “contractual dispute that couldn’t be resolved”
After a sensational performance alongside his brother Bruce Kulick at last year’s KISS Kruise VII, Bob Kulick will not be appearing at the upcoming KISS Kruise VIII that will be taking place from Miami, Florida to Key West, Florida and Nassau, Bahamas from October 31 to November 5, 2018 due to a “contractual depute that couldn’t be resolved.” This presumably means that Bob Kulick is not getting paid enough money to attend.
The following message was posted on Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon‘s Facebook page earlier today (with slight edits):
“Bob Kulick: Comments on Kiss Kruise 8 / Future plans in 2018 and beyond.
Since the success of our KISS Kruise 7 & Indy Expo performances, I had hoped that the Kulick Brothers could play more shows together.
Many of you have asked why I will not be appearing on KISS Kruise 8 and give you a repeat performance of last year’s epic show.
Unfortunately due to a contractual dispute that couldn’t be resolved, I will not be on KK8.
However I have 2 Kiss related events coming up:
I will be producing a song for the campers at Paul Stanley’s Las Vegas Rock & Roll Fantasy Camp on Oct 6th.
I will be appearing at The Hangar Pre Kiss Kruise Party Event On October 30 and I have a special surprise for all you KISS fans !!!
It has been a busy year for me producing artists and bands, writing music and preparing for some major recording projects which are in pre-production now. I cant wait to share these new projects with all of you!
Also, this past year The Orchard released my first solo cd with 24 guest artists “SKELETONS IN THE CLOSET“ to incredibly great reviews!!
I have a video coming out soon of a song I did with David Glen Eisley titled “India”.
UK label Cherry Red has reissued my Skull Cd ‘No Bones About It’, along with another Skull cd title of unreleased songs titled “Now More Than Ever.“
Looking forward to seeing you all soon !!!!
Hopefully in the future there will be other opportunities for Bruce and I to share the stage.
Bob and Bruce Kulick performing “Who Wants To Be Lonely” at KISS Kruise VII on November 5, 2017: