It’s no secret that we like Ace Frehley around here and the new ‘Space Invader’ album is in constant rotation in the studio and we can’t wait to hear more from the original Spaceman. And on that note….
Recently, Ace announced that the wait for his next album won’t be as long as us Frehley fans are accustomed to. In fact, Ace is planning an all-covers album for the near future.
This week Aaron and Chris spin their wish list of covers that they think would benefit from an Ace-lift. You’ll definitely be surprised by some of their choices that include songs from Budgie, Billy Joel, Deep Purple, Head East, Cheap Trick and much more! We also share YOUR suggestions for songs that Ace should consider for this new album. Enjoy this hour+ of songs that we want to hear covered by the space cowboy!
Todd Cunningham, Robert De Pasqua, David Alpizar, James Brendon Dunn, Brian Bates, Andy Lafon, Billy Hardaway, Derik Novak, Shane Hebert, I-am Hoops, Lee Maslin (Audio Junkies Podcast), Joe Lascon, Matt Syverson (Paperback Rocker podcast), Mike Blount, Brent Walter, Warren Money, Joe Royland, JTB’s Groovy Record Room, Gang Forward, MusicMagsAndWax, Shane Stuckless, Don Nitschke, Nashville Metal Bands, Stitcher Radio, Adam Cox
KISS – Crazy Nights
ol – Eagle Rock (anthem in Australia)
AC/DC – Back in Black
Van Halen – I’m the One
George Harrison – What is Life?
Rush – Working Man
Ace demos – Catch Me When I Fall aka Audio/Video
Judas Priest – Victim of Changes
Eric Clapton – Cocaine
Rolling Stones – Satisfaction
Jimi Hendrix – Manic Depression
Ben van Belzen:
VVI – Back on the Streets
Sea of Love
Flipp – Freak
Thomas Mucaji/Gregory Muse/Steven Conley:
Deep Purple – Space Truckin’
Free – All Right Now
Motorhead – Ace of Spades
Mensch Maschine :
The Normal – Warm Leatherette
David Bowie – Diamond Dogs
Joe Perry Project – Shooting Star
Thin Lizzy – Thunder & Lightning, Bad Reputation, Do Anything You Want to, Havin’ a Good Time, Jailbreak
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