Ace Frehley releases new song “Rockin’ With The Boys” for streaming
Former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley has released a new song titled “Rockin’ With The Boys” for streaming on his YouTube page.
Frehley had previously released the song “Bronx Boy” in April 2018.
The last record that Frehley released was Origins Vol. 1, which was an album full of cover songs of which Sleaze Roxx stated in its review: “Having been ousted from KISS only to watch Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley press forward with former Black ‘N Blue guitarist and then KISS tour manager Tommy Thayer; Ace Frehley’s life was in a tail spin. Since that time, Ace has sobered up, picked himself up and has issued two efforts: Anomaly and Space Invader that have gained favorable reviews from fans and critics alike. In interviews, Ace had mentioned a ‘covers’ album as far back as 2014. At the time, he stated that it would be a collection of KISS re-recordings with special guests.
Well, not so surprising, the covers album has surfaced but in a different incarnation than what Ace initially talked about years ago. The album titled Origins Vol. 1 is chock full of guests that range from Lita Ford to Slash to John 5 to Mike McCready to the biggest surprise of them all former bandmate Paul Stanley. Ace selected tracks from bands that he found influential, inspirational or KISS….”
Ace Frehley‘s “Rockin’ With The Boys” song:
Music video by Ace Frehley performing Rockin’ With The Boys (Official Audio). 2018 Entertainment One U.S., LP http://vevo.ly/X2HLLY