"All Music Guide" rated Ace's solo album 4 stars.
When Ace Frehley left KISS in 1982, he was replaced by Vinnie Vincent.
Ace's parents are Carl Daniel Frehley (born 1903) and Esther Anna Hecht(born 1920.) His mother died on February 6, 2006.
Ace's stands at 6'1".
Ace is the youngest of three children.
Ace has had a long battle with alcoholism.
In 1982, Ace was in a bad car accident.
"Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter" by Herman's Hermits was the very first song that Ace ever learned how to play on his guitar.
Ace's main musical influences are The Rolling Stones, Buddy Guy, the Who, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Albert Lee, and B.B. King.
While in high school, Ace Frehley got his nickname "Ace" because he scored dates for his friends.
The greatest gift that Ace Frehley ever received was his daughter.
Ace Frehley showed up to his audition for KISS wearing one orange shoe and one red shoe.
Ace Frehley designed the KISS logo as well as the lightning bolt design on the guitar straps.
Ace was once married to Jeanette Trerotola.
Ace Frehley's discography includes:
Ace Frehley released in 1978
Frehley's Comet released in 1987
Live + 1 released in 1988
Second Sighting released in 1988
Trouble Walkin' released in 1989
12 Picks released in 1997
Loaded Deck released in 1998
Ace's costume on stage with KISS was a spaceman because he loved science fiction.
Ace Frehley was replaced by Tommy Thayer in 2002 after his contract expired.
After graduating high school, Ace had several jobs like a furniture deliverer.
Even though Ace Frehley never participated in KISS's 1982 album Creatures of the Night because of a car accident, he is featured on the album's cover.
Ace uses Les Paul guitars.
Ace was once in a band called Magic People.
Ace Frehley's song "Rock Soldiers" was based on an actual event that Ace faced.
Ace claims that Pete Townshead is his favorite guitarist.
Ace's hobbies include computers and anything science fiction
Ace and KISS drummer Peter Criss reunited with KISS in the show, MTV Unplugged.
Ace Frehley covered Hello's" New York Groove" in his debut solo album.
Ace Frehley's daughter Monique, was born in 1980
Ace Frehley was expelled from Theodore Roosevelt High and DeWitt Clinton High School as a teenager.
Ace Frehley's guitar solo for the KISS song "Shock Me" was ranked #50 in Guitar World's "100 Greatest Guitar Solos."
Ace has brown eyes.
Ace Frehley was the last original member to join.
After leaving Kiss, Ace Frehley formed the band Frehley's Comet.
A drunk Ace Frehley was the hallmark of Tom Snyder's interview with Kiss when he started to make constant jokes and nonstop laughing.
Ace Frehley was in a gang with Blackie Lawless of W.A.S.P. as a youth
Ace has an older brother named Charlie, who has his own band The Bridge.
Ace's singing debut was "Shock Me" on the 1977 Love Gun album.
Ace was always an accomplish artist and excelled in art classes in school. Ace said if a music career failed, his next direction was Art school.
Ace is Lutheran.
Ace has an older sister named Nancy and an older brother named Charles.
Ace has an IQ of 164.
Ace is a self-taught guitarist.
He left KISS because they were getting "too disco".
Ace is right handed.
Ace started playing at age 13.
Is Working With OJT Productions.
As a teenager He saved the life of Blackie Lawless.
Ace was the original lead guitarist for the rock band KISS. He joined the band in 1973.
Ace Frehley: I enjoy inserting snakes up my bum hole.
Ace Frehley: I never went to music school; I never took a guitar lesson, but everybody in my family plays an instrument. My mother and father both played piano, and my brother and sister both played piano and acoustic guitar.
Ace Frehley: I legally cannot wear the makeup anymore. If I put the makeup on today Paul and Gene would sue me and put me in jail.
Ace Frehley: I believe that the only way that the human race is gonna survive is to start colonizing space and setting up colonies on the moon, and then space stations.
Ace Frehley: I can't go to amusement parks, restaurants, anywhere without people recognizing me. Y'know, nine times out of ten, I'm usually gracious enough to give people autographs and stuff.
Ace Frehley: Every time Paul and Gene use my makeup, they have to pay me a royalty check. I think they changed the makeup so they didn't have to pay me.
Ace Frehley: As long as I know what key the solo is in, I try to kind of empty my mind and not think about anything. I just play without thinking.
Ace Frehley: We're just four happy-go-lucky guys who wear make-up.