Ace frehley dating
When Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley heard Ace's audition for KISS and decided to make him the lead guitarist, they asked him what his name was.
When he said his name was Paul Frehley, they told him that the band couldn't have two Paul's. The nickname "Ace" comes from his school days, when he displayed an uncanny ability to get his friends dates.
According to Gene Simmons' autobiography, "Kiss and Make-Up", the lightning bolt guitar strap that's used by so many in the music design is actually Frehley's design.
He is considered to be a very gifted graphic designer.
His sound is very much the sound of KISS “Alive,” the band’s now classic 1975 breakthrough album, and it is clearly a sound that he still holds dear and can still deliver.
Ace Frehley apparently likes Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Frehley was also generous to the musicians, allowing them take lead vocals on some numbers and solo.
“I’m looking out there and I think I see a few rock soldiers,” said Frehley, before launching into “Rock Soldiers.” The anthem-like song, which appeared on 1987’s “Frehley’s Comet” album, remains a fan-favorite and also had the crowd singing along.Was opposed to recording KISS' sixteenth album, "Music From The Elder".