Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Ace Frehley to appear at Carnegie Rocks! exhibit opening

Ace Frehley will appear at the debut of Carnegie Rocks!, an exhibit opening next month in Turlock, California in support of the Carnegie Arts Center and its community musical education programs.

On Saturday, May 24, Frehley will be on hand to meet fans, sign autographs and jam at the exclusive Carnegie Rocks! exhibit debut, the day before it opens to the public.

Only 200 tickets are available for the event, which will also see appearances by Night Ranger and George Lynch.

The Carnegie Rocks! exhibit will feature Frehley’s Cherry Sunburst played during the session for the 1977 KISS album, “Love Gun”, and at the band’s legendary Budokan Hall concert in 1977; his original John Elder Robison Light-Up guitar from KISS’ Dynasty Tour; and “Space Ace” costume from the KISS Farewell Tour. Peter Criss’ KISS Reunion Tour drum kit is another of the highlights, amongst dozens more one of a kind items.

For event details, tickets, and/or to make a donation to the Carnegie Arts Center, click here.

On April 10, Frehley and the original lineup of KISS were inducted into the 2014 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame at a ceremony in New York, alongside Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oates, Cat Stevens, Linda Ronstadt, and The E Street Band.

On June 24, Frehley will release a new solo album, “Space Invader”, which will include a cover of the Steve Miller Band's "The Joker."

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