Paul Stanley Reacts To The Death Of Tim Bogert As He Recalls The ‘Spectacular’ Vanilla Fudge Performance

KISS guitarist and co-founder Paul Stanley shared a new post on his official Twitter account to reveal his feelings about the passing of Vanilla Fudge bassist Tim Bogert.

Tim Bogert was an awesome vocalist as well as being a great bass guitarist and he played in the bands such as Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, and Beck, Bogert & Appic. Yesterday, he passed away at the age of 76.

Paul Stanley wanted to remember Tim’s legacy by sharing his experience of listening to Tim and his band, Vanilla Fudge. Paul said that they were playing with Jimmy Page’s The Yardbirds and explained why he was impressed by them.

While mentioning that Tim and his colleagues were spectacular in the show, Paul also stated that he has never heard four people play and sing as one in his life. In this way, he praised the talent of Tim and paid his tribute to the legend.

Here is what Paul Stanley said:

“RIP Tim Bogert. I first saw Vanilla Fudge on a bill with the Yardbirds with Jimmy Page. Spectacular. I’d never heard 4 people play & sing as one. Tim was mind boggling on all fronts. Also when I saw Beck, Bogert&Appice. A powerhouse.”

You can check out the post below.