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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Vinsanitizer, Jun 3, 2020.
I'm Ace Frehley. This was me in 1977.
I believed you the first time you revealed your super-secret identity to me. I never doubted, not once.
And BTW, I enjoyed the show. Thanks.
Thank you Mr. Amp Scientist Mad guy/person. Thank you very indeed.
The last time I aced freely somebody called the cops and I almost wound up in the pokey. Apparently you're not supposed to do that in public places.
And I am Jimi Hendrix, here is one of the last photos of me before I faked my death.
Glad we can all come out here
Dude, you were wasted that night at Steamboat on 6th Street in Austin in 1987. You were jamming with my band after the show, and somebody suggested we play Zep's rock and roll. We started out and something did not sound right. Then you stopped,waved everybody down and asked what key it was in. Then we started again. It was as bad as the first try.
God I miss the old days
How you been?
I don't remember that at all. LOL! I'm still sober. It's boring, but I've lost a few tons. Monique's into photography again right now.
Wow... Space Ace... . Guitar World magazine's 14th Greatest Metal Guitarist of All Time.
Pleased to meet you, Paul, allow me to introduce myself... oh wait... I already have.
Personally I prefer Charles's guitar work to yours - less flash, more substance...
...although I did rather like ""New York Groove" back in... (checks dates)... 1978
Blody hell. 42 years ago, that's forty two years. You're a bona-fide antique geezer
'77. You? ...I'm gonna bet on these instead:
(OK - technically it was '80's.)
W.T. actual F. is THAT thing...
...looks like a kiddie's drawing of esquimo footwear.
Please tell me that people don't actually wear shit like that, anywhere, in the world.
Blue suede blazer. He is soo badass!
I would not feel right if I did not own a Jimi Big
The strap too!
Well, my Mother help me get my first whammy guitar.
(My second guitar was a Teisco! - a blonde ET Sharkfin!
still have it!)
Give my regards to Lara.
Believe it or not, they were actually pretty popular for a while in the early eighties. I had a pair.
I remember my uncle having a white pair of those in the late eighties.
If your Ace, then I'm BatMan!! (hashpipedelusional)
That's awesome! Now I can finally tell you...You're not all that great of a guitar player, and the "Kiss army" was a silly concept.
But you guys made a lot of $$ from your shtick, so congrats there.
Well, if we are coming out, I might as well too.
This was me...
I thought that was you. You made me want to rock n roll all night... and...
Ace , you FCKN ROCK !!