ACE FREHLEY RELEASES NEW SINGLE, “BRONX BOY,” ALL NEW LP DUE SUMMER 2018
Founding KISS guitarist and Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame member Ace Frehley has released a brand new single today titled Bronx Boy.
The new single is the first track of an all-new, untitled full-length solo LP to be released this summer. Bronx Boy is available on all digital music services starting today.
Listen to the song, below.
I enjoyed this song released by Ace more than any recent song released by that glorified tribute band he left behind.
Cool tune. I’m a little surprised by the raw demo feel to it, considering Ace’s songs/albums generally tend to have a lot of “production” to them. Subject-wise, it reminds me a bit of “Hard Times.”
Not a critique of the song itself, but it sounds like it was recorded 30 years ago. Older track?
Hmmm…..will take a few spins for me, I guess. Did not wow me. Still an Ace fan though.
This song is atrocious. Sorry, but the production is ear-splitting and the song is just….bad. How anyone can be a fan of Ace anymore is beyond me. I’ve never found his stuff to be anything above garbage. His fans are die-hard enough where I guesss he can put anything out and make a living off them. I dunno.