Monday, October 4, 2010

Ace Frehley to play Acoustic at Redemption Song in NYC

Ace will play an acoustic version of "A Little Below the Angels" from Anomaly when he appears at Redemption Song at Zankel Hall on October 5.

Publishers of NO REGRETS Simon & Shuster:
Ace Frehley is known around the world as a founding member and lead guitarist for the legendary rock band KISS. He masterminded and embodied the persona of the “Space Ace,” and was a crucial member of the band from its inception in 1973 until his departure in 1982. He’s the man who designed the iconic KISS logo and “spaceman makeup.” After leaving KISS, Frehley embarked on a successful solo career, selling millions of albums with his band, Frehley’s Comet, and under his own name. He rejoined his KISS band mates for a highly successful reunion tour in 1996, which became the number one grossing tour of 1996–1997. He returned to the studio with KISS in 1998 to record the Psycho Circus album and performed on the tour as well. Frehley completed his run with KISS in 2001 on the band's farewell tour. In September 2009 he released the album, Anomaly, to rave reviews and continues to stay at the top of his game by sharing the stage with other legendary artists like Slash, and his recent cameo at Madison Square Garden with Pearl Jam. Frehley is also a songwriter and author of his forthcoming memoir (Simon & Schuster 2011).

No comments: