Original KISS Guitarist ACE FREHLEY Featured In Latest Episode Of 'Wikipedia: Fact Or Fiction?'
Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley is featured in Loudwire's latest "Wikipedia: Fact Or Fiction?" segment. In the first 11-minute clip below, Frehley talks about gang life as a youth, being expelled from multiple high schools, an insane allergic reaction to his face paint, being electrocuted onstage and more.
Frehley will release "Space Invader", his first new solo album in five years, via Entertainment One Music (eOne Music) on June 24. The CD, which will be released in Europe on July 7 through SPV/Steamhammer, 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. Joining Frehley in the studio for some of the "Space Invader" sessions were drummer Matt Starr (BURNING RAIN) and bassist Chris Wyse (THE CULT, OWL).
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