Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley performed with NIGHT RANGER and George Lynch (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB, KXM) at the debut of the Carnegie Rocks! exhibit on Saturday, May 24 at the Carnegie Arts Center in Turlock, California. Check out fan-filmed video footage of the performance below.Frehley was asked by his rock and roll buddy Matt Swanson to support a cause close to his heart, the Carnegie Arts. Like Ace, Matt's passion is rock ‘n roll... well, that and collecting iconic KISS memorabilia pieces. Carnegie Rocks! exhibit highlights include Ace's Cherry Sunburst played during KISS' "Love Gun" album and legendary Budokan Hall concert in 1977, original John Elder Robison Light-Up guitar from KISS' "Dynasty" tour, and "Space Ace" costume from the KISS "Farewell Tour". Peter Criss' KISS "Reunion Tour" drum kit is another of the highlights, amongst dozens more one-of-a-kind items. Ace Frehley will release "Space Invader", his first new solo album in five years, via Entertainment One Music (eOne Music) on June 24. The album will include at least nine brand new original songs as well as a cover of Steve Miller's "The Joker". This album is the first release under Frehley's new universal deal on eOne Music.
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