AceFrehley600 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ace Frehley has announced the first leg of U.S. tour dates in continued support of his newest LP, Space Invader.

Tour dates are as follows:

11/13 – New Brunswick, NJ – State Theatre
11/14 – Sugar Loaf, NY – Sugar Loaf PAC
11/15 – Greensburg, PA – Palace Theatre
11/17 – Durham, NC – Carolina Theatre
11/18 – Annapolis, MD – Ram’s Head
11/20 – Huntington, NY – Paramount
11/21 – Uncasville, CT – Wolf Den
11/22 – Atlantic City, NJ – Music Box @ Borgata
11/24 – New York, NY – BB King’s
11/25 – New York, NY – BB King’s
11/26 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre

Additionally, a double gatefold 180 gram LP version of Space Invader will be released on October 28th. The LP purchase includes a free MP3 version of the album and can be pre ordered here.

Just last week, Ace announced who will be joining him on stage and even offered a few surprises. Richie Scarlet will perform rhythm guitar and vocal duties. Ritchie played rhythm guitar on Ace’s Trouble Walking album and also toured with Ace in the mid 80s and early 90s.

Chris Wyse, on bass and vocals, has played bass in The Cult since 2006. He also previously recording with Ozzy Osbourne and can be heard on select tracks on Space Invader. Scott Coogan will play drums in the touring lineup, and is a Frehley touring band veteran who was also a member of Nikki Sixx’s Brides of Destruction recording and touring band in 2004. “I can’t wait to hit the road again with this new lineup,” says Frehley. “Let there be rock!”

Ace Frehley made history with Space Invader, which debuted a at #9 on the Top 200 Chart. The LP scored the highest charting position of any KISS solo album ever, and marks Frehley’s first return to the Top 10 since KISS’s 1998 Psycho Circus reunion album.

58 Responses

  1. Devil City Angels got 100 paid at one bar. No wonder Rockett wants Michaels fronting the big one in ’15 again. Ace will get 511. Wonder if Gordon and Rob get comps? Anybody see the Sistah (NY accent) blow Aerosmith off the Nassau Coliseum stage around ’81? Not much to blow away but total mayhem.

  2. Just saw the meet and greet package is going for $325. Will definitely pass on that. Saw him solo in 07 and he was awesome. Would like to do the meet and greet this tour but there’s no way I’m paying that.

    1. That includes a ticket which ranges from 50 -75 dollars after fees. Then looks like about a hundred bucks of shit if you bought it retail. So for about 150.00 you get to meet him, get a pic with him and have him sign something personal. Get a dent in your fender it’s gonna cost more than that. Sounds ok to me.

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