Meat Loaf Pays Tribute To Late Guitarist Bob Kulick

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In a tribute to late guitarist Bob Kulick, Meat Loaf said the guitarist and record producer played a key role in the success of Bat Out of Hell. Kulick, who lived in Las Vegas, died last week at age 70.

One of the band members on the Bat Out Hell tour in 1977-1978, Bob rocked the stage with his brother and former KISS lead guitarist Bruce Kulick.

"His contribution to that year can never be repaid. We started with being booed in Chicago but not off that stage, NOT US. We came to Rock and we did for a year. The end of that year Bat had sold almost 7 million in the states. We were headlining to thousands. Bob we could not have done it without you," Meat Loaf wrote on Facebook.

"As your Brother Bruce wrote yesterday, keep playing that guitar loud in heaven," he added.

The heavy metal singer posted a picture of Bob playing guitar from the 77-78 tour.

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