Classic rock from the original KISS guitarist and R&R Hall of Fame inductee. Following a remarkable career with one of the biggest rock bands of all time, the success of Ace Frehley’s solo career, as both a recording artist and performer, has easily outpaced his other KISS band member peers. His 2014 release Space Invader was the only post KISS solo album to crack the Top 10 on Billboard’s Top 200 albums chart, and his acclaimed 2011 autobiography No Regrets went on to become a New York Times best-seller. His recent single, Bronx Boy, debuted on Rollingstone.com on April 27, 2018 while the complete album, Spaceman, was released on October 19, 2018. Look for the yet another new album, Origins II, in the fall of 2019. With KISS on their farewell tour for the next few years Ace is in the news just about every day - mentioned in every article as the original lead guitarist with most writers commenting that KISS is not the same without Ace.
19machine is an independent rock band out of Fort Worth, Texas. They are known for their passionate, lively performances and their unique blend of rock, soul and electronic music. The band features frontman Andrew Kent, guitarist Sam Watts, drummer Chase Hunter, and bassist Jordan Hunter. Their influences consist of Muse, Kings of Leon, Gary Clark Jr., and Nothing But Thieves.
Upon forming at the end of 2017, the four set their sights on making a splash in the music scene. They went on to play over 25 shows in 2018, including spots at SXSW in Austin and at Trees in support of Red Sun Rising.
19machine spent the end of 2018 recording their debut album in Austin, Texas, with Grammy-nominated producer Chris "Frenchie" Smith, who has worked with Toadies, Jet, and Built to Spill, among others. Their new album is set to release in 2019.