Watch ACE FREHLEY’s Entire New York City Concert

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A video capturing the entirety of Ace Frehley’s performance on March 28 at Sony Hall in New York City has surfaced online, thanks to JPL Productions. The setlist, as documented by, featured a mix of classic KISS hits and Frehley’s solo material, starting with “Shock Me” and wrapping up with the encore “Rock And Roll All Nite.”

The concert set the stage for the promotion of Ace’s latest album, “10,000 Volts,” released on February 23 under MNRK Music Group. The album, boasting 11 tracks and co-produced by Frehley and Steve Brown of TRIXTER, has been met with positive remarks from Ace himself. In a conversation with VRP Rocks, he shared his satisfaction with the album, emphasizing the absence of filler tracks and comparing its quality to his revered 1978 solo debut.

Ace expressed confidence in “10,000 Volts,” suggesting it stands shoulder to shoulder with his 1978 solo effort, known to be a fan favorite. He highlighted the album’s potential for hit singles and encouraged fans to give it a listen.

Following his 2018 release “Spaceman,” “10,000 Volts” represents another milestone in Ace’s storied career, which has seen collaborations with fellow KISS member Gene Simmons on songwriting and bass playing for the “Spaceman” album.

Looking ahead, Frehley has announced plans for a third installment in the “Origins” cover series, aiming for a 2025 release with Steve Brown once again involved. This project continues Ace’s tradition of paying homage to the artists who inspired his musical journey.

Reflecting on his career and the new album in an interview with Billboard, Frehley mused on the oddity and achievement of producing one of his best records at 72, underscoring the quality of both his guitar work and vocals. True to form, Frehley remarked on his penchant for breaking the rules and continuing to push musical boundaries.


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