Chris Jericho of Fozzy has started a new KISS cover band

Chris Jericho of Fozzy has started a new KISS cover band while in self-isolation.

The group is called Kuarantine, and they plan on only doing KISS songs from the 1980s. The group also features Kent Slucher (who drums for country star Luke Bryan), guitarist Joe McGinness (who's in another KISS tribute called KLASSIK '78) and bassist PJ Farley of Trixter. Their first track is "No, No No" from 1987's Crazy Nights. You can see a video for the song filmed in each band member's home on YouTube.

Kuarantine's next track will feature an actual 1980s KISS member, guitarist Bruce Kulick. Jericho sent the cover of "No, No, No" to Gene Simmons, who passed it along to Kulick. Jericho tells Spin, “We’re in a KISS cover band with an ex-member of KISS, playing songs that no one has ever heard before, but they all kick ass." 

Kulick will join the band on Jericho's Saturday Night Special streaming show on YouTube and Facebook at 8:00 p.m. our time (Central)

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