Ace Frehley talks about the possibility of playing again with Kiss
The original Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley that was in the band from 1974 to 1883 and from 1996 to 2002 revealed in an interview on Eddie Trunk’s show “Trunk Nation if he could play again with the band.
Ace Frehley talked about his relationship with his ex-bandmates:
“I texted Paul [Stanley] and Gene [Simmons] last week and just wished them well, and Peter [Criss]. And I got a text from Doc [McGhee, KISS manager]. Everybody’s okay — thank God. Knock on wood. Eric Singer’s been sending me some silly texts [Laughs] ‘Cause me and Eric always got along really well on the road.
“Everything’s cool. What’s gonna happen is gonna happen. But everything is delayed at this juncture, so who knows? … I’m doing my own thing. Unless they come forward and the price is right, you’re not gonna see me anywhere close by.”
In an interview in the beginning of 2020, Kiss manager Doc McGhee said that the last concert of the band’s farewell tour could have all ex-members.
“It’s going to be great. It’s going to be worthy of the end of the road. It will be worthy to the 45 years of the band, the last month for sure. We want to celebrate everybody and we might bring out all the former members. We’d like to. Nobody says we hate this guy; we hate that guy; we want everybody who wants to come out.”
Ace Frehley was born in Bronx, April 27, 1951. His real name is Paul Daniel Frehley. He had an extraterrestrial and androgynous makeup, a crackling laugh and smoky guitar while on Kiss, being called Spaceman. He had a good career outside the band especially in the last decade with praised solo albums.