Fact: Former Kiss star Ace Frehley is to join The Roots for a night when he sits in as lead guitarist for comedian Jimmy Fallon's house band on The Tonight Show on Tuesday (12Aug14). The appearance will come just five days before the release of Frehley's new album Space Invader.
Quote: "Paul (Stanley) and Gene (Simmons) were saying that Kiss will eventually continue without them too. That's like Mick Jagger going in the press and saying the Stones will continue without me and Keith. Gimme a break. That's ludicrous." Guitarist Ace Frehley insists the only true Kiss is the band he helped form.
Quote: "I had a speech here but these aren't prescription (glasses) so I can't read!" Rocker Ace Frehley struggles to make out what he wrote down in his acceptance speech as Kiss is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during a gala in New York on Thursday (10Apr14).
Fact: Former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley will release his tell-all autobiography No Regrets next summer (11), detailing his wild past from the band's heyday. The rocker was one of the original members of the group, joining KISS in 1972 before quitting a decade later (82). He rejoined in 1996 for a reunion which lasted until 2002.
Fact: All-star supergroup Camp Freddy added to their impressive line-up at a Los Angeles concert on 1 August (09) when Ozzy Osbourne, Ace Frehley, The Cult's BILLY DUFFY and Lost actor Naveen Andrews joined Dave Navarro, Billy Morrison and Donovan Leitch onstage at the House of Blues.
Fact: Kiss rocker Ace Frehley will join Naomi Campbell in new Dunkin' Donuts TV ads directed by SCRUBS star Zach Braff. The two spots featuring the stars will advertise the food chain's new Iced Tea and Iced Latte summer beverages and will feature Frehley and Campbell attempting to take care of menial household chores and failing miserably.