According to the Buffalo News, Ace Frehley, legendary original lead guitarist with New York City glam rockers KISS, will make a rare Western New York appearance as a solo artist when he brings his band to the Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel on Feb 29. The show was announced Friday afternoon in a release from the casino.Frehley, whose "Space Ace" persona during his KISS tenure made him the hero to a few generations of guitarists-in-waiting, will perform inside the Seneca Niagara's intimate Bear's Den. During the performance, the guitarist and his band will debut tunes from a forthcoming album, Frehley's first outside of the confines of KISS in nearly 20 years. Tickets for the event — which, considering the size of both the venue and the Frehley mythos, are sure to vanish quickly — will go on sale at noon Monday. They're priced $30 and will be available at the Eight Clans Gift Shop in the casino, all Ticketmaster locations, through www.Ticketmaster.com or by calling 852-5000.
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