In describing the things that he once had in his garage, Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo included KISS members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss. Of course, Cuomo didn’t really have half of one of the biggest rock bands of the 20th century hiding out in his suburban garage, but the feeling was that the music that they created was a proverbial safe space for Cuomo to live out his nerdery. This is all a convoluted way of saying that you can feel that same way when Frehley comes to the Chameleon Club on October 4.
To say that KISS’ history is tumultuous would be an understatement. To boot, each of the four original members have written their own autobiography detailing their KISStory as they remember it. Despite his 40 year back and forth with the band, Frehley has stayed active with his solo work. Just this year, Frehley released “Origins, Vol. 1,” a covers album dedicated to the music of his youth featuring high-profile guests like Slash and former KISSmate Paul Stanley.
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