ACE FREHLEY: 'Friday Night Rocks' Interview Posted Online

Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley was a guest on Eddie Trunk's "Friday Night Rocks" radio show on New York's Q104.3 FM on October 5.

To listen to the interview in its entirety, go to this location.

Frehley performed at Eddie Trunk's Halloween Bash 2007 at the Hard Rock Café in New York City on October 31. Watch fan-filmed video footage from the concert below.

As previously reported, Ace Frehley is aiming for a January 2008 release date for his new solo album. Frehley — who recently celebrated one year of sobriety after relapsing during the summer of 2006 — has finished recording around 10 new songs for the effort but is looking to lay down two or three more in the next couple of months in order to make the CD "really special," he revealed during an appearance on "Friday Night Rocks".

Ace's new album was reportedly recorded with a trio of Ace, Anton Fig on drums and new bassist Anthony Esposito (LYNCH MOB).


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