Who's Who And What's What in Kisstory - H
Photographer whose work was used on the Revenge album...
A Vice-President of sales and marketing at Casablanca Records, Larry set up KISS' promotions and handled radio/retail during the 1970's. Larry was also Neil Bogart's cousin...
Disco guru of the late 1970s on whose 1978 album, Instant Replay, Vinnie Vincent provided some guitars. Vinnie also appeared with the band in some promotional photos...
Bassist in Bruce Kulick's pre-KISS band, Blackjack.
Former rhythm guitarist in Ace Frehley's band, circa 2007-2010. He also was a contributor on Frehley's "Anomaly" album.
The title of an 1981 instrumental which appeared on the Revenge album as a tribute to Eric Carr. Originally, it had been a work in progress by Eric and Ace, which Ace later reworked into Breakout. All of Aces work was replaced with Bruce Kulick on the Revenge version.
Guitarist in Salt 'N Pepper, Creation, Mother Nature/Father Time, Bionic Boogie, and Lightning with Eric Carr in the 1970's. Cowrote much of the material appearing on the Lightning album in 1979.
Wife of John Henderson and vocalist in Salt 'N Pepper, Creation, and Mother Nature/Father Time, whose life Eric Carr saved in the disco fire of June 1974.
Another of Ace's early and short lived bands.
New York "hotel", the term used loosely, where Lips and KISS both played gigs. Yet, it was at this venue that KISS put on a showcase at which Bill Aucoin was present (Aug. 11, 73). Aucoin offers to become KISS' manager, promising a recording contract within two weeks, after KISS' show there on Aug. 13th.
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Keyboardist and synthesuzer player on Peter Criss 1982 solo album, Let Me Rock You...
Guitarist, Keyboardist, and Vocalist who was a member of 707 and Frehley's Comet. He is now a solo performer. He replaced Richie Scarlet and was then himself replaced by Richie Scarlet. He has toured and recorded with numerous artists, notably Ted Nugent and Cheap Trick.
Bassist in Bruce Kulick's first post-KISS band, Union.