Kiss drummer Eric Singer and the band's former-lead guitarist Bruce Kulick have teamed up for a new cover of Bryan Adams' 1984 ballad, "Heaven." Ultimate Classic Rock reported the two former bandmates reunited with Kulick's side band Vegas MOBB — featuring bassist Todd Kerns, background vocalist Zach Throne, and Brent Fitz, who handled both drum and keyboard duties on the track.
The tune was recorded to benefit the David Z Foundation, "a non-profit organization dedicated to music education and named after deceased Adrenaline Mob bassist David Zablidowsky."
In the audio book for his memoir, Face The Music, Paul Stanley spoke about Kiss' fourth lead guitarist, Bruce Kulick: ["Bruce was a real mensch and very funny. If you asked him how he was, he would give you a 10-minute dissertation about how his fuzz box wasn't working quite right or describe his upset stomach in details better left unspoken, but he was a terrific guitar player and a great team player."] SOUNDCUE (:15 OC: . . . great team player)