I membri di KISS, SONS OF APOLLO, KINGDOM COME, FIREWIND, FOZZY e ALCATRAZZ sono tra i rocker che hanno reagito sui social media alla scomparsa del leggendario chitarrista e produttore discografico Bob Kulick.
Kulick è morto oggi all’età di 70 anni. La sua scomparsa è stata confermata dal fratello, l’ex chitarrista dei KISS Bruce Kulick. Non è stata rivelata la causa della morte.
Bruce ha pubblicato il seguente messaggio sui social media:
I am heartbroken to have to share the news of the passing of my brother Bob Kulick. His love of music, and his talent as a musician and producer should always be celebrated. Please respect the Kulick Family’s privacy during this sad time. RIP pic.twitter.com/LUWC6k69Ml
— Bruce Kulick (@brucekulick) May 29, 2020
Mi si spezza il cuore a dover condividere la notizia della scomparsa di mio fratello Bob Kulick. Il suo amore per la musica e il suo talento come musicista e produttore dovrebbero essere sempre celebrati. So che ora è in pace, con i miei genitori, e che sta suonando la sua chitarra il più forte possibile. Vi prego di rispettare la privacy della famiglia Kulick in questo momento così triste.
We are heartbroken. Our deepest condolences to the Kulick family in this difficult time. https://t.co/QH049xTSvG
— KISS (@kiss) May 29, 2020
Very sad…Rest In Peace, Bob Kulick https://t.co/j6F59bNZQi
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) May 29, 2020
Ugh, another peer, colleague & someone I considered friend has passed. I worked with Bob Kulick on many recordings through the years, most notably the many tribute albums he produced.
My condolences to his brother Bruce and extended Kulick family.https://t.co/8Snr5tRwUG
— Jeff Scott Soto (@jeffscottsoto) May 29, 2020
Oh Man..This Is Awful! R.I.P. #bobkulick Ty for all the love u always gave me & us!!! We all will miss you my brother! Thoughts & Prayers to the Kulick Family. We all loved Bob so much! Mt🙏🏽😪✝️ pic.twitter.com/Uf1Sw4FvUF
— BulletBoys (@TheBulletBoys) May 29, 2020
R.I.P. Bob Kulick. I had the pleasure of working with him on a Randy Rhoads tribute album a few years back. My condolences to his family and loved ones pic.twitter.com/Gk5aiWSlzT
— Gus G. (@gusgofficial) May 29, 2020
I am very sad to hear about the passing of Bob Kulick. I played on several tribute records in the 90s that Bob produced. My condolences to his family and especially Bruce. R.I.P. #BobKulickRIP 🙁 pic.twitter.com/xlo3OCjxZP
— Derek Sherinian (@DerekSherinian) May 29, 2020
we lost a great one…
bob kulick has tragically left this world. a fun & kind dude who was one hell of a talent. condolences to the kulick & kiss families – riff in peace. pic.twitter.com/I7BajVuTwk
— daniel dekay (@daniel_dekay) May 29, 2020
Totally shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of guitarist, producer and long time friend Bob Kulick. Here we are hanging at Raiding The Rock Vault in November 2019. Safe travels my brother. 🙏🏻🌟 @Rock_Vault pic.twitter.com/ur7DgPIj93
— Tony Franklin (@FretlessMonster) May 29, 2020
RIP Bob Kulick pic.twitter.com/6UWZWRLMNT
— Todd Dammit Kerns (@todddammitkerns) May 29, 2020
Sad to hear the news of Bob Kulick passing. I knew him and we worked together a few times. In fact, some time ago, I was going to call a band ‘Skull’ until Bob beat me to it!! Rock in Peace Bob pic.twitter.com/x7XvoBPn0q
— THE CHRIS SLADE TIMELINE (@SladeTimeline) May 29, 2020
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Sorry to hear about the passing of the legendary @bobkulickmusic. I’ve known #BobKulick for 15 years and had the pleasure of working with him three times on a few of his famous “All Star Tribute” albums. Bob was a KILLER guitar player and brought a lot of people together & gave them a lot of joy with his music….I will spend the rest of the day listening to his work! @paulstanleylive @kissonline #Meatloaf @officialmotorhead @dianaross @michaelboltonpics @loureedofficial #WASP #TheGame @tripleh