The first guest performers who will be joining KISS on the eighth annual edition of The KISS Kruise have been announced, and they include a couple of the band’s former guitarists. Founding member Ace Frehley, the “Spaceman” himself, will be setting sail on the fan cruise, as will Bruce Kulick, who played with KISS from 1984 to 1996. Bruce’s brother Bob Kulick, who was a session guitarist on several KISS albums, also will take part in the seagoing extravaganza.
KISS Kruise VIII embarks from Miami on October 31 and will visit Key West, Florida, and Nassau in the Bahamas before returning to port on November 5. Guests on the cruise will all receive an autographed commemorative item, and will get to enjoy a special KISS pool deck concert, a performance by the band in the ship’s Stardust Theater, activities with each of the group’s members, a KISS expo offering a bevy of rare memorabilia, concerts by the various guest artists and more.
The five-day event also will offer such activities and attractions as themed parties, various bars and eateries, a casino, an outdoor pool, a spa, hot tubs, a sports court and more.
More artists will be added to the KISS Kruise lineup will be announced soon. Visit TheKISSKruise.com for more details about the event and to book a cabin.
Meanwhile, Frehley also has three solo concerts lined up in the New York City area next month. Here they are:
2/1 — Millville, NJ, Levoy Theatre
2/2 — Staten Island, NY, St. George Theatre
2/3 — Englewood, NJ, Bergen Performing Arts Center
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Source: Oldies News