Ace Frehley said in a recent interview that his former bandmates Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley “missed out” by not partying during KISS tours.
“Paul and Gene, those guys never partied. They missed out on so much,” Frehley said in the “Talkin’ Rock With Meltdown” podcast.
KISS and Rush toured together in the mid-’70s, and the American rock band’s co-founding member recalled having fun on the road with the Canadian band that served as KISS’ opening act.
“You know, Rush opened for at least 75 shows with Kiss in the ’70s, and after the show, we used to hang out in each other’s rooms,” Frehley said.
“Invariably, after a certain amount of beers were consumed, Alex would take a bag and draw up a crazy face on it and put it over his head – Alex Lifeson – and he smoked a joint through the eye [of the crazy face drawing] because he poked holes first so that he could see,” the classic KISS guitarist added.
“And he just had us all rolling around on the floor, and I got a picture of it inside my book, ‘No Regrets.'”
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