In a new interview with The Metal Voice, Bob Kulick revealed an untold story about his former bandmate, Paul Stanley.
Bob claimed that he was backstabbed by his former bandmate for not paying 750 dollars.
Bob spoke elaborated on his recent Facebook Post attacking his Brother Bruce Kulick and Kiss’ Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley.”
Here is what Bob said about his former band member:
“The only way that I will contest this is through the court of public opinion, based upon my lawyer’s assessment it makes no sense to spend money chasing dishonorable people.
This is how it went, Bruce came to me and said I’ve found somebody who could do a design for us but you would have to pay half (which was $750.00) to get it going, so I did that.”
“Keith Leloux who is one of KISS’ confidants is also in charge of some of the concert packages where he takes photos of the people who were paying an exorbitant amount of money to be able to stand on the stage where the band KISS is gonna stand.
Currently, KISS is on its farewell tour which is expected to continue for two more years. The band kicked off the tour on January 31st in Vancouver, Canada and currently features 186 additional dates that run through October 3, 2020, in Fort Worth, United States.
KISS is making a hell lot of money on this tour, which was revealed by Gene Simmons. Simmons hinted the farewell tour would likely gross between $150 million and $200 million, “not counting ancillaries, licensing, merchandise and stuff like that.” Interestingly there have been accusations of band members lip-syncing on this tour. This was observed on their first leg of the tour. Former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach defended the band saying that the band did not lip-sync at the show he attended.
Kiss will perform their final show on July 17, 2021, in New York City with most of the previous members expected to join them on stage.