Ace Frehley Open To KISS Reunion At Rock Hall Induction
"That sounds like a great idea," Frehley tells Rolling Stone. "Absolutely. Are you gonna want us to put makeup on? It's been a while for me. The last shows I did with Kiss was in Australia around 2002."
As for Ace, he's thrilled with the recognition for the band. "It's such an honor," he says. "I'm so excited. I learned about it last night when my assistant called me. I didn't sleep very well afterwards. It surprised me, but when I saw all the people we were up against I had a feeling we were going to make it in It should be a great evening. I'm really excited and looking forward to the night."
"It's going to be intense, but it's going to be great," Ace continued. "I don't foresee any negative vibes. I don't foresee any bad blood. I think that myself, Peter, Paul and Gene, we're the four guys that started the group and brought it into international success. I think that sometime in the late 1970s we were listed as the number one group in the world by some polls. We achieved what most people only dream about. I'll never forget it. And that's something nobody can take away from me." But what about a longer term reunion?
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