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Conversation with Ace Frehley – Ep568


We return this week with a conversation with the one and only Ace Frehley!

With the recent chart success of his latest solo album ‘10,000 Volts,’ Ace is doing the podcast rounds and we wanted to hop on board ourselves. With our long-running fandom of KISS, this was an entertaining talk that we’re excited to share with you.

In this discussion Ace shares some backstory on the new album, his collaboration with Steve Brown, the updated ‘Back Into My Arms Again,’ and more. Additionally, we ask Ace about numerous moments in KISStory including his friendships within the New York rock scene of the 70’s, the early camaradarie within the band and when it changed, the infamous Tom Snyder appearance, his friendship with John Belushi, memories of the KISS crew, the rise of AI, aliens and UFOs, and a lot more!

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Ace Frehley


If you haven’t purchased it yet, pick up the new album 10,000 Volts at

Special thanks to Tim Bream and Giovanna at MNRK Heavy for their assistance in setting up this interview. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Arnold Bushar.

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