Bob Kulick (KISS, Meat Loaf, Lou Reed, WWE) Has Died, Age 70


Sad news as Bob Kulick, infamous sideman and collaborator, has died at age 70. The news was confirmed by his brother Bruce via social media. No cause of death has been revealed at this time. Kulick’s discography features guitar work on KISS’ Alive II, Paul Stanley, Unmasked and Killers; Meat Loaf’s Bad Attitude and Live (at Wembley); Lou Reed’s Coney Island Baby; W.A.S.P.’s The Crimson Idol and Still Not Black Enough; Michael Bolton’s self-titled album, Doro’s Calling the Wild; and Ripper Owens’ Play My Game. Bob played guitar on WWE Superstar Triple H’s iconic entrance music, “The Game,” which also features Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister. Kulick also composed the track “Sweet Victory” for the SpongeBob SquarePants episode “Band Geeks.” The song was also featured during the Halftime Show for Super Bowl LIII. We send our condolences out to Bob’s family, friends, and fans at this time.

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Obituary: Lemmy Kilmister Of Motörhead, 1945-2015

Motörhead © Kevin Estrada /

Motörhead © Kevin Estrada /


The music world lost one of its true great baddasses when Ian Frasier Kilmister, known to scores of fans by his eponymous nickname Lemmy of Motörhead, passed away suddenly from cancer on December 28th. The shockwave felt with from announcement of his death at age 70 on social media, and then confirmation by the band was heartbreaking for many who followed his career of nearly five decades. Although he has struggled with health issues the last few years, Motörhead was last seen on tour in Europe three weeks earlier, supporting their recent new album Bad Magic (UDR). One of the most enduring sounds in rock music, the obscenely loud volume of the bands’ live backline, unmatched by any band in any genre, will never be heard again. Continue reading

The Music And Entertainment World Mourns Lemmy Kilmister

Motörhead, ©Hillarie Jason

Motörhead, ©Hillarie Jason

As news spreads via social media of the sudden passing of music legend Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister of Motörhead, personalities across the spectrum of entertainment have taken the time to reflect and share memories. VH1/Sirius XM Radio host Eddie Trunk first broke the news in a series of Tweets:

ed trunk tweet lemmy RIP

Ozzy Osbourne was the first close friend of Lemmy’s to tweet his feelings and condolences, followed by others:

ozzy tweets lemmy RIP


metallica rip lemmy

triple H RIP Lemmy

corey taylor slipknot RIP lemmy

mick foley

judas priest rip Lemmy

juliette lewis lemmy RIP

anthrax RIP lemmy


flea RIP lemmy

skolnick testament RIP Lemmy

kim freeman OED RIP Lemmy

As confirmed by the band, Lemmy who has just turned 70 years old on Christmas eve, was diagnosed on December 26th with “an extremely aggressive form of cancer,” though no specifics beyond that have been released as yet.