Chris Jericho Forms Kiss Cover Supergroup with Bruce Kulick (VIDEO)
Talk about using your time at home wisely.
While most of us were filling our extra time at home streaming the entire Netflix catalog, doing DIY home projects, or even a massive spring clean of the house professional wrestler and Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho was busy forming a supergroup that covers 80s Kiss.
I've recently stumbled down the wrestling rabbit hole on YouTube if you will. It all started looking for Vice's Dark Side of The Ring, amazing series btw, and then I found a couple of cool channels that focus on the era of wrestling that I was a fan of and now my feed is constantly popping up with new wrestling content for me to check out.
That's how I found this What Culture Wrestling interview with Chirs Jericho, shout out to that guy's Sting shirt too, and right away they start talking about the new band. Click here for the full interview.
The band is appropriately named Kuaranrine and features Kent Slucher of Luke Bryan Band, Joe McGinness of Klassik 78, and PJ Farley of Trixter, and the aforementioned Le Champion.
All wanting to stay creative during the pandemic and all big fans of the 80s era of Kiss, they put out their first cover in May of No, No, No from the '87 album Crazy Nights. Can we just take a second to talk about the stellar guitar work from Bruce Kulick did on this track, I mean really!
Focusing on a time in Kiss that may not get all the credit it should, Kuarantine will be releasing Heart of Chrome on June 26th, and to give it that extra slash of badass Bruce Kulick will be playing on it as well. Can't wait to check it out!
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