Ace Frehley Reunites With Kiss for Acoustic Set on Kiss Kruise: Watch

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Ace Frehley joins KISS durign a performance on KISS Kruise 2018.

Kiss reunited with their original lead guitarist Ace Frehley for the first time in 17 years for an acoustic set on the annual Kiss Kruise. He joined the group to perform four songs, including their hits "New York Groove," “Nothing to Lose” and “Rock and Roll All Nite," as well as a cover of The Rolling Stones’ “2000 Man." Former guitarist Bruce Kulick also joined in on the set, as both artists were performing as solo acts on the cruise.

Frehley split from Kiss twice (1982, 2001) and has only performed with Gene Simmons for a few smaller performances. Kiss will hit the road one last time to begin their farewell End of the Road World Tour starting in Vancouver this January.

Watch their Kiss Kruise performance below.