Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley rejoined his former bandmates on Wednesday during this year’s “Kiss Kruise” to perform an acoustic set of KISS classics. Also appearing with them was former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick.
The legendary rockers — Paul Stanley (vocals, guitar), Gene Simmons (bass, vocals), Tommy Thayer (guitar) and Eric Singer (drums) — are playing multiple shows during the eighth installment of their seagoing extravaganza,which embarked yestrday from Miami and will visit Key West, Florida, and Nassau in the Bahamas before returning to port on November 5.
Frehley, whose solo band is one of the artists performing on the cruise, took the stage during KISS‘s acoustic show on Wednesday and played four songs with the current KISS lineup: “2000 Man” (THE ROLLING STONES cover, which Ace sang on KISS‘s 1979 album “Dynasty”), “New York Groove” (HELLO cover, which appeared on Ace‘s 1978 debut solo album), “Nothing’ To Lose” and “Rock And Roll All Nite”. Kulick, who is also one of the cruise’s scheduled performers, joined in on acoustic guitar. MORE