Former Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick gave his girlfriend Lisa Lane a yuletide to remember in 2012, popping the question in London on Christmas Eve.

Kulick shared the news via Facebook, telling his social media family that "I am ringing in the Nee Year [sic] by letting you all know I'm engaged to my lovely girl, Lisa Lane. I proposed on a London holiday on Xmas eve. It's been a great holiday season!"

Kulick joined Kiss in 1984, following previous guitarist Mark St. John's diagnosis with Reiter's Syndrome, and remained until 1996, when the original lineup regrouped for a reunion tour. In between, he appeared on a string of studio albums (including 1987's platinum-certified 'Crazy Nights') as well as the live sets 'Alive III' and 'Kiss Unplugged.'

Following his departure from Kiss, Kulick has kept busy with a variety of projects over the last 15 years, including the short-lived Union -- featuring interim Motley Crue vocalist John Corabi -- and most recently the reconstituted Grand Funk Railroad, which currently features Kulick playing alongside original members Don Brewer and Mel Schacher as well as keyboard player Tim Cashion and former 38 Special vocalist Max Carl. His most recent solo LP, 2010's 'BK3,' featured contributions from a host of classic rock artists, including Gene Simmons, Toto's Steve Lukather, and Doug Fieger of the Knack.