No Regrets: A Rock ‘N’ Roll Memoir
He was just a boy from the Bronx with stars in his eyes. But when he picked up his guitar and painted stars on his face, Ace Frehley transformed into “The Spaceman” — and helped turn KISS into one of the top-selling rock bands of all time. Now, for the first time, the beloved icon reveals his side of the story with no-holds-barred honesty … and no regrets.
For KISS fans, Frehley offers a rare behind-the-makeup look at the band’s legendary origins, including the lightning-bolt logo he designed and the outfits his mother sewed. He talks about the unspoken division within the band — he and Peter Criss versus Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons — because the other two didn’t “party every day.” Ace also reveals the inside story behind his turbulent break-up with KISS, their triumphant reunion a decade later, and his smash solo career. Along the way, he shares wild stories about dancing at Studio 54 with “The Bionic Woman,” working as a roadie for Jimi Hendrix, and bar-flying all night with John Belushi. In the end, he comes to terms with his highly publicized descent into alcohol, drugs, and self-destruction — ultimately managing to conquer his demons and come out on top.
This is Ace Frehley. No makeup. No apologies. No regrets
Weight: 9 oz.