Spokesperson: ACE FREHLEY's Fall Was Not Drug-Related

More information has surfaced regarding the reasons for Ace Frehley's withdrawal from Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp, the event which brings together non-professionals with well-known musicians for a few days of training. According to Launch, the former lead guitarist for KISS fell down the stairs at his home outside New York City on Wednesday (June 18) and suffered a concussion. Frehley and his wife recently moved into the house, and he was carrying some equipment from the music room down to the basement when he slipped. A spokesperson said it was simply a household accident — neither drugs nor alcohol played a role.

For more information about Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp check out the official web site at this location.


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