Ace Frehley

Ace Frehley (born Paul Daniel Frehley in The Bronx, NY, United States on April 27, 1951) is an American guitarist and singer-songwriter best known as a founding member and lead guitarist for the hard rock band Kiss. Playing the popular character of 'the spaceman', Frehley played with the group from its inception in 1972 until his departure in 1982. He has also embarked on a successful solo career, producing tunes such as 1978's rambunctious hit "New York Groove". Read more on
Origins, Vol. 1
White Room
Street Fighting Man
Spanish Castle Magic
Fire and Water
Bring It On Home
Wild Thing
Magic Carpet Ride
Cold Gin
Till the End of the Day
Rock and Roll Hell
Space Invader
Space Invader
Gimme a Feelin’
I Wanna Hold You
Immortal Pleasures
Inside the Vortex
What Every Girl Wants
Past the Milky Way
The Joker
Gimme a Feelin’ (radio edit)
Space Invader (radio edit)
Foxy & Free
Outer Space
Pain in the Neck
Fox on the Run
Genghis Khan
Too Many Faces
Change the World
Space Bear
It's a Great Life
Fractured Quantum
Trouble Walkin'
Shot Full of Rock
Five Card Stud
Hide Your Heart
Lost in Limbo
2 Young 2 Die
Back to School
Remember Me
Fractured III
Frehley's Comet
Rock Soldiers
Something Moved
We Got Your Rock
Love Me Right
Calling to You
Stranger in a Strange Land
Fractured Too
Nothin' but a Good Time (Classic Rock version)
Nothin' but a Good Time