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Ace Frehley (1978)


There is no doubt that Ace Frehley is truly one of the most underrated lead guitarists of the ’70s. Penning some of the greatest Hard Rock riffs of all time (“Cold Gin,” “Shock Me,”), Ace’s work with KISS was fantastic, and no matter what Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons try to do to cover up their losses, irreplaceable. 511 more words

Ace Frehley

Noise to Note! #127

A month is a pretty good chunk of time. A lot can happen and well…a lot did happen. But alas, I have returned!

To get the ball rolling again, I go waaaaaaaaaaay back for me. 143 more words


KISS - 2nd Generation

I am a huge KISS fan.  I own all of their CDs (even the multiple rehashed hits, live, etc… releases), read all of their autobiographies, and dressed up as KISS back in grade school ( 374 more words

As long as I know what key the solo is in, I try to kind of empty my mind and not think about anything. I just play without thinking. 6 more words

Ace Frehley

Ace Frehley - Origins Vol. 1 [Album Review]

Ace Frehley – Origins Vol. 1
2016, Entertainment One Music

Buy the album

1. “White Room”
2. “Street Fighting Man”
3. “Spanish Castle Magic”
4. “Fire and Water” 409 more words

Hard Rock

How a Teenaged Ace Frehley Became a Roadie for Jimi Hendrix

by Alisha Jackson

Even before Ace Frehley joined KISS, he was a rockstar.

Have you ever tried to sneak into a concert? You have to… 417 more words