Chris Jericho, best known to some as Le Champion, is back with his 80s Kiss cover band Kuarantine. This time, he’s enlisted legendary Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick to help bring the cover of “Heart Of Chrome” off of 1992’s Revenge to life. The irony, an 80s Kiss cover band, paying tribute to a song from the 90s!
There are people that just don’t get how popular Jericho actually is. I’ve seen comments online “why is he driving in the video, who does he think he is?” Sorry Mr. out of touch, Jericho is one of the hottest commodities on the planet. “He’s just a lame WWE wrestler”, wrong again, he wrestles for the Tony Kahn backed All Elite Wrestling. Remember a few weeks back when Mike Tyson was trying to rip his shirt on TV, while trying to confront someone? Guess who? You got it, Chris Jericho.
A celebrity the caliber of Mike Tyson doesn’t agree to come on a show, none the less a wrestling show without asking to be a part of it. Or being invited and have ideas thrown at him. As in “hey want to work with Jericho?”
Jericho is no only helping changed the wrestling game with AEW, has his band Fozzy, but he also has his own cruise, Chris Jericho’s Rock N Wrestling Rager At Sea. Combining his obsession for all things rock, with his day job, being a wrestler. How many other people can say that?
What about Jericho the podcaster? Talk Is Jericho is still among the highest rated shows on Westwood One.
What other accolades do you want? Game show host? Contestant on Dancing With The Stars?
Maybe at the end of the day, the issue isn’t Jericho, but the ham and eggers that are just a bunch of jealous people that deserve to be on the List Of Jericho.
In any event, Kuarantine is made up of Chris Jericho on vocals. The rhythm section is made up of Trixter bassist PJFarley, and drummer Kent Slucher from Luke Bryan’s band. Guitarist Joe McGinness is known to Kiss fans for being in Klassik ’78, the band that records songs as if they were done by Kiss in 1978. Joining them on this track is Bruce Kulick who was in the band when the track was originally recorded.