EXTREMELY RARE ACE FREHLEY CONCERT TICKET STUB FROM CONTROVERSIAL TOUR WITH ALICE COOPER
Paul Daniel "Ace" Frehley Extremely Rare Signed Alice Cooper Concert Ticket Stubb, "Ace Frehley", 3 x 1.5, Alice Cooper Concert, Fort Wayne, IN Memorial Coliseum, November 5, 1987, by the American musician and songwriter best known as the original lead guitarist and co-founding member of the rock band Kiss. In 1984, Frehley started his post-Kiss solo career by assembling a band that eventually signed to Megaforce Records and released their first album, Frehley's Comet, on July 7, 1987. Frehley's Comet, a mixture of hard rock and pop metal, was a successful return to the music scene for Frehley. A pair of tours in support of Alice Cooper and Iron Maiden ended prematurely, with the band claiming lack of payment in both cases. In 1996, Frehley rejoined Kiss for a successful reunion tour, on which all four original members of the band performed live for the first time since 1980. After the tour, they announced that the original lineup would return to the studio to record a new album. The resulting record, Psycho Circus, was promoted with a successful world tour. In fine condition, with age toning.