Born In: Bronx, New York, United States
The 20th century witnessed the birth of rock music, and dozens of instrumentalists such as guitarists and drummers. Ace Frehley is one among many such musicians who has managed to remain in the hearts of rock music lovers. Other than just his musical skills, Frehley was also known for being a style icon. He and his other band members would paint their faces before appearing on stage, a trend that was unusual in the field of music back then. Frehley did not have any formal training in playing the guitar, which turned out to be a blessing in disguise. His unorthodox style of playing the instrument earned him many fans. Frehley claims that he was influenced by musical legends such as Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin. Frehley even proved his prowess as a lyricist to music lovers and critics, through few hit tracks from his band’s albums, which have even secured top spots in the ‘Billboard 200’ Countdown. The glorious life of Ace Frehley has been put on paper by the latter through his autobiography ‘No Regrets’. Even after a career spanning 4 decades, Frehley continues to mesmerize lovers of rock music through his work. The best example being his popular album ‘Space Invader’
Nick Name: Ace
Also Known As: Paul Daniel Frehley
Spouse/Ex-: Jeanette Trerotola (m. 1976)
father: Carl Daniel Frehley
mother: Esther Anna
siblings: Charles, Nancy
Born Country: United States
Ancestry: Dutch American
U.S. State: New Yorkers
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Ace Frehley was born on April 27, 1951, as the youngest of the three kids to his parents Carl Daniel and Esther Anna Frehley. While his father was of Dutch origin, mother Esther was a German raised in the United States. Ace, born in Bronx county of New York City, was originally named Paul Daniel Frehley.
On May 10, 1976, he married Jeanette Trerotola. The couple had a daughter together.
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