Legal name: Bruce Howard Kulick
Bruce Howard Kulick (born December 12, 1953) is an American guitarist, musician and a member of the band Grand Funk Railroad, with whom he's been since 2000. Previously, Kulick had been a long-time member of the band Kiss (1984-1996). He was also a member of Union with John Corabi from 1997-2002
In addition, he is also known for being a former member of the band Blackjack with Michael Bolton, and also played on several Bolton solo albums. (Bolton later co-wrote the Kiss song "Forever", from Hot in the Shade).
Kulick has also released several solo albums, in addition to session work with various artists.
Kulick's brother is session guitarist/producer Bob Kulick, whose performance credits include W.A.S.P. and Kiss.
"Stay", a Blackjack song co-written by Kulick and Bolton, was sampled by rapper Jay Z for the song "A Dream" off his 2002 album The Blueprint 2: The Gift & the Curse which reached #1 on the Billboard charts.