BRUCE KULICK Remembers Late KISS Drummer ERIC CARR With "The Legend Lives On" 30th Anniversary Tribute; Video

November 24, 2021, a week ago

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BRUCE KULICK Remembers Late KISS Drummer ERIC CARR With "The Legend Lives On" 30th Anniversary Tribute; Video

Former KISS guitarist, Bruce Kulick, has released the video below, along with the following message:

"Eric Carr passed away 30 years ago, on November 24th, 1991. Although it sounds like a long period of time his presence has never left me. He was my dear friend and bandmate. My years traveling, working and playing in KISS with him, were unforgettable. Please enjoy my memories of this great man, and know his legend will always live on in the hearts and minds of his fans, family and friends."

Eric Carr was a member of KISS from from 1980 to 1991, stepping into the drummer position following the departure of the band's original drummer, Peter Criss.

Carr's first album with KISS was 1981's Music From "The Elder", while his final recording with the band was for the song "God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II". The last time he worked with KISS was in July 1991 when they filmed a video for the above mentioned song. Carr's final appearance with KISS was at the MTV Video Music Awards in September 1991.



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