Former Kiss drummer Peter Criss recently took his old band's current lineup to task in an interview, dismissing the replacement members as hired guns doing a job. But Richie Wise, who co-produced the first two Kiss albums, says as far as he's concerned, Criss and guitarist Ace Fr
It’s not every day that two former Kiss guitarists get together for some face time. But at the Monsterpalooza horror convention in Burbank, Calif. this past weekend (April 12-14), Bruce Kulick was spotted showing his support for original Kiss Spaceman Ace Frehley.
Kiss were one of the top arena draws of the '70s, staging some of the most impressive concert spectacles of that era with their over-the-top theatrical performances. But the power of their live production almost cost guitarist Ace Frehley his life at a gig on Dec. 12, 1976 at the Lakeland Civic Center in Florida, when an unforeseen technical glitch caused him to nearly be electrocuted onstage.
The death of Paul Stanley's mother, Eva Eisen, has caused former Kiss lead guitarist Ace Frehley to pay tribute to her. Eisen passed away on Saturday (Sept. 29) from undisclosed causes at the age of 88.
While many of us might have grown up with posters of our favorite guitar heroes on the wall, Thomas Scott McKenzie took the basic idea of being a fan and went one step further. He set out on a journey to meet and interview each of his six string influences. Indulging his frustrated inner guitar player, McKenzie sought advice from each of his subjects while interviewing them to get tips on how he could improve as a player.
We all have our fantasies about meeting our favorite rockers. They usually involve telling our heroes about how much their music has meant to us and gotten us through hard times. In turn, the rocker is so overwhelmed by the praise and asks us to join the tour as a member of the band's entourage and you become best buddies forever.
Despite seeing his old bandmates remain a top concert draw, Ace Frehley has no regrets about watching it from the sidelines. In a new interview, the former Kiss guitarist says he prefers his life now that he can go at his own pace.
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