Ace Frehley really knows how to strum down a mean guitar riff - the kind of finger jamming that earned him a spot with
the outfit Kiss in the '70s and has continued to lead him toward fame into the most recent decade, with solo efforts appearing
while working with the outfit, including 1989's "Trouble Walkin", 2001's "2 Originals" and 2009's "Anomaly". If you want to
see this veteran of rock play, get his concert tickets today!
One-fourth of heavy metal rock group Kiss, Ace Frehley was born Paul Frehley in the Bronx and immediately found influences
in the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix. Hired as lead guitarist for Kiss in 1973, he left by 1982 and formed
Frehley's Comet from the pieces of Kiss, a semi-solo effort from the hard rock guitarist. Kiss eventually reunited in 1995
but still left room for Frehley to record solo material.
He may be known for his wild antics on stage, face paint and long tongue, but Ace Frehley of Kiss fame found a home in
rock metal music long before the '70s metal core band came into fruition. That experience has allowed him a continued pursuit
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