Ace Frehley Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
His internet worth has been gathered by Ace Frehley through his group called Kiss, which can be among the most productive rock bands on the planet. In the group, he was enjoying a guitar and was additionally among the top vocalists. In 1973, he remained in it until it disbanded in 1982 and began his vocation in the group. Ace Frehley additionally began a job as a solo vocalist, when the group quit working. But he needed to quit it for some time when Kiss began performing again and formed as tremendously successful re-union tour, which likewise raised the total quantity of Ace Frehley internet worth.
Ace Frehley Net Worth $1.5 Million Dollars
The group reunited in 1996, yet, six years afterwards, it disbanded again. In Accordance With Guitar World magazine, Ace Frehley was rated in the 14th spot of the record of the Very Best Metal Guitarists Ever. Ace Frehley additionally was the one that created the symbol of the group. Shortly, the group members chose to paint their faces in their performances. His early mentioned sobriquets were additionally created to the bottom of his encounter makeup.
In the early seventies, Ace Frehley understood he desired to be an integral part of music business and played in a few local groups. In 1971, 1 particular groups and he called Molimo even recorded portion of a record underneath the RCA Records. In 1974, Kiss launched their very first record that has been called Kiss. In this record, Ace Frehley composed two tunes, Cool Gin and Love Concept from KISS. Consequently, along with truly being a guitarist and also a top vocalist, Ace Frehley additionally was a song writer. His participation in the group improved Ace Frehley internet worth a lot and also made him hugely popular.
April 27, 1951
The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States
6 ft (1.85 m)
Songwriter, Musician, Guitarist
DeWitt Clinton High School, Theodore Roosevelt High School, Grace Lutheran School, I Was Made For Lovin' You, New York Groove, Rock and Roll All Nite, Portland, OR, United States, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monterrey, NL, Mexico
United States of America
Carl Daniel Frehley, Esther Anna Hecht, I Was Made For Lovin' You, New York Groove, Rock and Roll All Nite, Portland, OR, United States, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monterrey, NL, Mexico
People's Choice Awards for Favorite New Song (1977), Metal Edge Readers' Choice Awards for Bend of the Year, Best Concert Tour and Performance (1996), Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award Heroes Award (National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences ), 2006)
Kiss, Frehley's Comet
“Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park” (1978), “Kiss: The Second Coming Documentary” (1998), “KISS Loves You” (2004), “Detroit Rock City” (1999), “Remedy” (2005)
Academy of Music (New York (New York), 1973), Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium (1974), ABC's Dick Clark's in Concert (1974), American Idol (2009), The Hottest Show on Earth Tour (2010), "Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2012)
KISS was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 7080 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
Said in a 2008 interview that he is now clean and sober and has finally learned, that he is actually a better musician when not drunk and on drugs and that he regrets not learning this sooner.
Early on when learning to play guitar, he experimented with guitars that had whammy bars. Eventually, he discarded them when he found that whammy bars weren't his style.
Was opposed to recording KISS' sixteenth album, "Music From The Elder". However, he was out-voted two to one by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, and, subsequently, was obligated to participate. Also, insisted to have the 24-track tapes mailed to his home to cut his parts. Finally, his solos were cut out of the final recordings, and did not participate completely on their seventeenth album, "Creatures of the Night", and replaced by Vincent Cusano (Vinnie Vincent).
Is the designer of the famous KISS logo.
His face is on the cover of the KISS album, "creatures of the night", even though Vinnie Vincent played all the songs on the album. KISS begged Ace to put his face on the cover because he wasn't officially gone and they weren't sure about Vinnie being a permanent replacement.
Has an IQ of 164.
Previous bands: Molimo, the Muff Drivers and Frehley's Comet.
According to Gene Simmons' autobiography, "Kiss and Make-Up", the lightning bolt guitar strap that's used by so many in the music design is actually Frehley's design. He is considered to be a very gifted graphic designer.
Older sister's name is Nancy.
Is a self-taught guitarist, started playing at age 13.
Daughter, Monique, was born July 9, 1980.
Is "Space Ace" in the Hard Rock band, KISS.
When Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley heard Ace's audition for KISS and decided to make him the lead guitarist, they asked him what his name was. When he said his name was Paul Frehley, they told him that the band couldn't have two Paul's. Frehley then told them to call him "Ace Frehley". The nickname "Ace" comes from his school days, when he displayed an uncanny ability to get his friends dates.
Lead guitarist for KISS 1973-1983 and 1995-2002. Is divorced from wife Jeanette.
Is the youngest of 3 children. Has a brother, Charles, and a sister,
Father Karl was an electrical engineer, mother Esther a homemaker.
Parents: Karl and Esther.
A member of the hard rock band, KISS.
Known for his Spaceman makeup
Gibson Les Paul
I knew I was destined to do a solo album, but when I did that first album in 1978, I had no idea it was going to be that well received.
That's not my idea of what KISS is. Maybe that's his idea. You know, they say things like that just to cover their asses, so that they can carry on and still say it's KISS. That's all that is: smoke. [when asked if he agrees with Paul Stanley about the idea of KISS continuing without any of the original members].
I eat, sleep, and drink my character. It is my fantasy to go to another planet. By the time I'm 40, interplanetary travel will be common. Nobody will want to talk to me at that age, anyway.
I remember taking the cassette and smashing it against a wall" - to Guitar World magazine in 1993, describing his negative response to the 1981 KISS album, "Music From the Elder.