Ace Frehley Streams KISS Hit In Long Island 1974
Musicians Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley, Peter Criss and Gene Simmons of Kiss attending 26th Annual American Music Awards on November 11, 1999 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)
KISS co-founder and guitarist Ace Frehley livestreamed onstage video of a performance of the 1974 KISS classic, “Parasite.” He gave the fans a treat during his concert on March 3 at the Patchogue Theatre For The Performing Arts in Patchogue, NY.
Frehley performed his written song from KISS’ second album, “Hotter Than Hell,” including show-opener “Rip It Out” from his self-titled 1978 debut along with his extended guitar solo.
Last year, Frehley toured with Alice Cooper and released his cover album, “Origins Vol, 2” in 2020. The musical project featured new versions of songs by Deep Purple, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and more.
The rocker’s most recent original studio record is 2018’s “Spaceman,” which featured a guest appearance by former bandmate Gene Simmons, who co-wrote two songs for the set.
Some of the comments read:
“Saw Ace in Brisbane a couple of years ago. One of the best concerts that I have seen. Later he got on stage with Gene. It was a night to remember.”
“Ace is rocking it great! I’m only 57 and couldn’t do what Ace is doing at 70! Keep it rocking Ace! You rule!”
“What an amazing night Ace! Thank you for putting a smile on my face! My memories came alive thanks to you! Hope to see you again! Keep rocking, stay alive for all of us”
Watch the livestreamed videos here: