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After Bob Kulick auditions, Ace, Paul and Gene talked for a bit and then the group jammed on "Deuce".Gene told Ace that it was in the key of "A" and as for the solo, "go for it".
He walked in, ironically enough, on Bob Kulick's audition.Ace also worked as a cab driver for a time to support himself. near Fifth Avenue in Manhatten, New York City where Paul Stanley, Peter Criss, and Gene Simmons were auditioning for guitarists to finish creating their ultimate band.It was also during this time period while Ace was trying to establish himself as a musician that in 1970, at age 19 he met his girlfriend, Jeanette. He was answering an advertisement for a guitarist in the magazine " The Village Voice" which said, "Guitarist wanted with flash and balls.For "Hotter than Hell" (1974) the second album, he wrote "Parasite" and "Strange Ways" but Gene sang the former and Peter sang the latter.Both songs contained blistering guitar work by Frehley, as did the whole album.( On a side note, Ace did well in the arts department in high school. King, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and the Who as his main influences.
Later in 1993, he would use his graphic arts skills to produce art work from a computer and sell the work in an art gallery in New Jersey. Both his brother, who is a classical guitarist, and sister both played piano so according to Ace , "guitar didn't come hard to me at all." Ace first started playing guitar at age 13. What made Ace really want to make guitar playing his career however, was when at age 16 he saw Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels with the Who and Cream as the opening acts.Sadly, it was to be Jimi's last New York appearance).From then on, Ace knew exactly what he wanted to do with his life.Offstage, Ace Frehley is quiet and keeps to himself, but however has had a long battle with alcohol and other substances but is now healthy.His current interests are computers, science fiction ( his interest in science fiction inspired his Spaceman persona), and reading about the International Space Station.Written By Terri Bey, June 1999 Many thanks to Terri for her work! Excitement" or simply to the legions of KISS fans as the Spaceman, Ace Frehley with his impressive lead guitar riffs and stinging vibrato has been a major influence on rock guitar for over two decades.