KISS Reunites With Ace Frehley & Bruce Kulick And Appears On ‘Late Late Show With James Corden’


Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame act KISS embarked on this year’s Kiss Kruise with their fans yesterday. The band’s sail-away show saw them reunite with original lead guitarist Ace Frehley and former guitarist Bruce Kulick. KISS also pre-taped a performance that aired on last night’s episode of the Late Late Show With James Corden.

The members of KISS went without makeup for their acoustic performance on the Kiss Cruise, which avoided the uncomfortable scene of Frehley playing with current KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer dressed in Ace’s iconic “Spaceman” costume and makeup. Bruce Kulick, who was part of KISS from 1984 – 1996, emerged for the band’s first version of “Domino” since 1995. Kulick stuck around for “Hide Your Heart” and was also on hand when Ace Frehley came out to a hero’s welcome for covers of The Rolling Stones’ “2000 Man” and Hello’s “New York Groove” as well as originals “Nothin’ To Lose” and “Rock & Roll All Nite.” Check out fan-shot video thanks to Mike Brunn:

Domino, Hide Your Heart

2000 Man, New York Groove, Nothin’ To Lose, Rock & Roll All Nite

KISS previewed their upcoming End Of The Road World Tour by performing “Shout It Out Loud” on Wednesday’s episode of the Late Late Show With James Corden. Watch how it went down:


KISS at Norwegian Jade

  • Comin' Home
  • Plaster Caster
  • Hard Luck Woman
  • Love Her All I Can
  • Goin' Blind
  • Mainline
  • Flaming Youth
  • All the Way
  • C'mon and Love Me
  • See You Tonite  
  • Domino  
  • Hide Your Heart
  • 2000 Man  
  • New York Groove  
  • Nothin' to Lose  
  • Rock and Roll All Nite  

[Hat Tip – Ultimate Classic Rock]

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