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Ace - He's not just a great guitar player and the coolest trouble walkin' spaceman on earth. The man knows how to act cool when he s drunk. Enjoy!

Ace - He's not just a great guitar player and the coolest trouble walkin' spaceman on earth. The man knows how to act cool when he s drunk. Enjoy!

An Unmasked Ace Frehley, In The Studio Enjoying An Adult Beverage - 1978

An Unmasked Ace Frehley, In The Studio Enjoying An Adult Beverage - 1978

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee ACE FREHLEY has announced his first Australian shows since 2010 and his First Ever New Zealand Solo Shows!  "I can't wait to get down to New Zealand and Australia with this new lineup. I'll be performing ACE classics as well as songs off my new CD 'Space Invader' for the enjoyment of the fans. Let There Be Rock!"

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee ACE FREHLEY has announced his first Australian shows since 2010 and his First Ever New Zealand Solo Shows! "I can't wait to get down to New Zealand and Australia with this new lineup. I'll be performing ACE classics as well as songs off my new CD 'Space Invader' for the enjoyment of the fans. Let There Be Rock!"

My pug Ace Frehley enjoying his time at Lee Harvey's in Dallas.

My pug Ace Frehley enjoying his time at Lee Harvey's in Dallas.

Born Paul Frehley -- the nickname "Ace" stemmed from his success in finding girls for he and his buddies -- the teen was the classic stereotype of the long-haired, drinking-and-drugging-and-fucking musical aspirant, and flitted through a series of bands while attending as many shows -- and sometimes sneaking backstage -- as he could.   But when he answered a 1972 ad for an ax man with "flash and ability" (not, as KISS legend has it, "flash and balls") and auditioned for future bandmates Gene…

Born Paul Frehley -- the nickname "Ace" stemmed from his success in finding girls for he and his buddies -- the teen was the classic stereotype of the long-haired, drinking-and-drugging-and-fucking musical aspirant, and flitted through a series of bands while attending as many shows -- and sometimes sneaking backstage -- as he could. But when he answered a 1972 ad for an ax man with "flash and ability" (not, as KISS legend has it, "flash and balls") and auditioned for future bandmates Gene…

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