Asylum

Remembering Bob Kulick

May 28 was the third anniversary of the passing of Bob Kulick. Yes, Bob was Bruce’s older brother. Yes, Bob came through in a pinch on some KISS tracks. Yes, Bob was the guitarist on Paul’s 1978 solo record. But Bob was much more than that. Bob played with the likes of Lou Reed, Michael Bolton, Doro, Remembering Bob Kulick

Second Sighting

In May 1988, Ace’s Frehley’s Comet released their second and final album (under that name), Second Sighting. That’s it. That’s all we can say without giving it away, and we really want you to listen to our podcast. Roadie Ray was on assignment this week. Calls from “Jim from Alabama” and Nick Provenzano! The Kousins gave Second Sighting

Alive III Anniversary

The day of our recording, May 18, 2023, is the 30th anniversary of KISS’ Alive III (1993). The Kousins (including Marvin once he showed up) discuss the album, things that were going on at the time in the band, the musicianship, the setlist, and more. Jim from Alabama called in, which is ALWAYS a highlight. All four Alive III Anniversary

The Filthy Fifteen

In 1985, the “Satanic Panic” and other over-the-top, ridiculous, and unhelpful movements were in heavy force. One of the worst ideas that anyone could do was create a “Senator’s Wives” committee to police the music industry to keep sex, drugs, violence, and Satan out of other people’s kids’ lives. That’s when the Parents Music Resource The Filthy Fifteen

Happy Birthday Ace!

Paul Daniel “Ace” Frehley was born on April 27, 1951. The Kousins discuss their favorite Ace moments. That could be his music (both in KISS and solo), his antics, or his sayings. Two callers:  Jim from Alabama and a first-time caller, Geraldine. Two of the four Kousins gave their “Now Listening.” What are your favorite Happy Birthday Ace!