Paul Stanley returned to Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp last night in an amazing event held at the famous Playboy Mansion! This incredible camp offered fans the opportunity to learn from and jam with their favorite musicians. During the party, Paul joined each of the camp's ten bands on stage. He played guitar with all of the bands, singing no vocals but having a great time rocking.
The atmosphere at the Playboy Mansion was rocking too! There were beautiful girls everywhere -- Playboy bunnies were dancing both on and off the stage all night, swimming in the grotto and mingling with guests. Many celebrities were in attendance too, including Rick Schroeder, Corey Feldman, Crispin Glover, Phil Collen and Ron Jeremy. Each of the fan bands had a celebrity musician as their camp counselor, and any rock fan will be familiar with them: Lita Ford, Kip Winger, Chris Slade, Mark Hudson, Phil Soussan, Billy Sheehan, Rudy Sarzo, Teddy "Zig Zag" Andreadis, and our friend Bruce Kulick.
When Bruce's band "Electric Angel" (that he was the counselor of) took the stage, Paul played an entire set with them, which included "Deuce," "Ain't Talkin 'Bout Love," and "Shout it Out Loud."
At the end of the night, many of the camp counselors jammed in an all-star band! Eric Singer joined them on stage and played drums for "Baby You Can Drive My Car," "School's Out" and "Rock and Roll All Nite." He also had a reunion of sorts with Lita Ford for "Close my Eyes Forever" (Eric's first job as a touring drummer was with Lita's band in 1984!)
Bruce Kulick plans to write a full story about the entire experience, so we'll keep you posted when that goes live.