Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley nearly died on stage on Dec. 12, 1976.
Ace Frehley's upcoming album of cover songs will hold a special treat for his long-time fans -- new takes on classic Kiss songs.
On October 13, 1989, Ace Frehley owned up to his career-long reputation for finding misfortune at seemingly every turn by titling his third post-Kiss solo album ‘Trouble Walkin’.’
Ace Frehley responded to Paul's Stanley's complaints about his guitar playing with some charges of his own.
Ace Frehley has certainly had his differences with his former bandmates in Kiss, much of it on a very public stage.
Now that Ace Frehley's first album in five years, 'Space Invader,' is out and getting tons of buzz, it's time for the Spaceman to hit the road.
Ace Frehley explains how a studio mistake made his cover of the Steve Miller Band's 'The Joker' unique.
"I don't really want to talk about Tommy Thayer," Ace Frehley told the Village Voice during a recent interview, reasonably pointing out that he'd rather talk about himself.
Ace Frehley recently answered a question that's been asked at least a million times during late night conversations across the world: Which rock star, dead or alive, would you most want to bring back to life?
Ace Frehley's new album, 'Space Invader,' includes a song ('What Every Girl Wants') that makes use of the phrase "shakin' sharp shooter."