ACE FREHLEY Performing In New York City; Video Available
Quality video footage of original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley performing the song "Rock Soldiers" this past Friday (April 4) at the Nokia Theater in New York City can be viewed at this location.
In a recent interview with Billboard, Frehley stated about his forthcoming solo album which is tentatively due before the end of the year "Basically, I'm trying to get back into the mindset I was in when I did my first solo record [1978's 'Ace Frehley']. That record seemed to have all the elements everybody liked a real cool instrumental, a hit single, some real heavy rockers, a nice variety of different genres of music."
Among his favorite new tracks are "A Little Below the Angels", hard-rocking "Pain in the Neck" and an instrumental called "Fractured Quantum", which is a follow-up to his previous instrumentals "Fractured Mirror" and "Fractured Too". Another favorite is "groove song" titled "Genghis Khan", which he likens in tone to LED ZEPPELIN's "Kashmir".
Frehley's touring band:
Ace Frehley (Vocals, Guitar)
Derrek Hawkins (Guitar)
Anthony Esposito (Bass)
Scot Coogan (Drums)
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