Bob Kulick considers Graham Bonnet and David Glen Eisley to be the two greatest singers he’s ever heard

Bob Kulick considers Graham Bonnet and David Glen Eisley to be the two greatest singers he’s ever heard

In a soon to be posted interview by Ruben Mosqueda for Sleaze Roxx, guitarist Bob Kulick was asked about his time in the bands Blackthorne and Skull to which he indicated:

“Yeah, as I mentioned, Jimmy Waldo is a friend and this fills the gap of me meeting Dave. Jimmy, as you know, had worked with Graham [Bonnet] in Alcatrazz. He was living in Australia at the time. We asked him if he was interested in forming a band with Jimmy and I. We added Frankie Banali and Chuck Wright even though they seemed to be playing with everybody at the time. We were a band of session musicians. I had played on a ton of records as a sessions guy. I tried to do a band. I tried Skull that failed. [I] tried Blackthorne and I found a guy that could sing!

The only other guy that can sing as good as Graham, is the other guy you’re talking to right now — David Glen Eisley. I’m so blessed to be working with the two greatest singers that I have ever heard. I just recorded two songs with Graham Bonnet for a new Alcatrazz record. We also have the multi-tracks for the record Afterlife. We’re going to remix them and re-edit them and who knows? That might wind up in 30 movies! I turned on the TV last night and the first thing I heard come out of it was “You’re destined for the afterlife!” I was like, “Where’s the song?” [Laughs] I have the song right now! So when Blackthorne failed miserably, that’s when I found Dave. Graham does the tune down a step. The guy is 70 years old and he still sings it without tuning down a step! Who does that?”

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