Former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick shared a tribute video for late bandmate Eric Carr on the 30th anniversary of the drummer’s death.
In the video, Kulick shows photos of himself and Carr as he recalls their friendship and performances together.
“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,” reads the tribute video’s description on YouTube.
“Eric was a powerful drummer,” Kulick says in the video. “His drum solos were exciting and thunderous. He was small in stature but chose the largest drum kit possible and played them like a giant. I joined KISS in the fall of 1984, touring in the U.K. and Europe. Eric and I quickly became friends. Filming Animalize Live was certainly a thrill for both of us.”
While performing on the Kiss Kruise last month, Kulick included several Carr originals in his set, including “Can You Feel It?” and “Eyes of Love,” two songs from Carr’s 1991 solo album, Rockology, as well as “Little Caesar,” the only KISS song Carr sang lead on.
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