“Oh yeah, it was ‘Kiss Alive II.’ Definitely. So you can imagine what it felt like to get a chance to actually be playing with Ace Frehley.”
Bassmaster Chris Wyse made a major musical mark on the Nippertown rock scene back in the late ’80s and ’90s playing in such bands as East Wall, Mister Strange and Nobody.
Then he packed up his gig-bag and headed west, where he relocated to Los Angeles. Since then he’s recorded with the likes of Ozzy Osbourne and Mick Jagger. He also recently filmed a DVD with Ace Frehley.
These days, you’ll find him traveling the world and playing bass for the Cult. In fact, just last weekend, Wyse was in Sweden, where the Cult was opening for Metallica at the Sonisphere Festival.