Bruce Howard Kulick (born on December 12, 1953 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American guitarist and a member of the band Grand Funk Railroad. Previously Kulick had been a long time member of the band KISS.
Kulick is best known as lead guitarist for the rock band KISS from December 1984 to August 1996, replacing Mark St. John. He is the brother of guitarist Bob Kulick, who himself played with KISS as a ghost guitarist, as well as playing on Paul Stanley's solo album. Originally brought in as a touring member, Bruce went on to play on the next 5 Kiss studio albums: Asylum, Crazy Nights, Hot in the Shade, Revenge and Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions as well as appearing on Kiss Unplugged.
The song "I Walk Alone" from Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions is the only KISS track to feature Kulick as lead vocalist.
Kulick has released two solo albums, Audio Dog in 2001, and Transformer in 2003. Plans are in the works for a third solo release in early 2009.