Ace Frehley to play Halloween show in Foxboro

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Ace Frehley has revealed plans for a solo tour this fall. The founding member and lead guitarist of KISS will perform at Foxboro’s Showcase Live on Monday, October 31. Tickets for the Halloween show are available through Ticketmaster for $27.50.

The show will take place the day before the release of his autobiography, “No Regrets: A Rock ‘N’ Roll Memoir”. Co-written by New York Times journalist Joe Layden, who also worked with Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine on his autobiography “Mustaine: A Heavy Metal Memoir”, No Regrets’ chronicles Frehley’s remarkable career in music.

“I just turned 59, I think it’s about time I start getting the stuff out and writing in down on paper before I forget it,” Frehley said in an interview with Artisan News Service earlier this year.

Frehley, who concluded his tenure as “Spaceman” with KISS in 2002, has remained busy with a solo career. His latest release, 2009’s Anomaly, debuted at #27 on the Billboard 200. Frehley produced most of the album himself with some help from Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith). It marked his first set of all new material since 1989’s Trouble Walkin’.

Fans attending the Foxboro show can purchase a special $200 VIP package, which includes a t-shirt, exclusive tour laminate, access to a meet and greet session with a photo opportunity and a copy of Anomaly for him to sign. However, the package does not include a ticket to the show.

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