Sunday, November 22, 2009

Cinderella Guitarist to Appear on Hard Rock Nights

Guitarist Jeff LaBar (Cinderella, Freakshow) is scheduled to be the special guest on the next edition of Hard Rock Nights. LaBar’s appearance on the internationally syndicated radio program is slated to air during the week of November 20-26. The guitarist will recount the early days of Cinderella, how he came to join the band, and the future of the group. He will also talk about his role in Freakshow, the rock super group featuring Markus Allen Christopher (M!ss Crazy), Frankie Banali (W.A.S.P., Quiet Riot), and Tony Franklin (The Firm).

Hard Rock Nights can be heard on numerous rock and metal radio stations.

Cinderella’s latest album, Live at the Mohegan Sun, was released through Frontiers Records and hit the shelves in Europe on November 6. The CD features the band’s original line-up, which consists of Tom Keifer (vocals, guitar), Jeff LaBar (guitar), Eric Brittingham (bass), and Fred Coury (drums). The album is a recording of the band’s concert in Uncasville, Connecticut on July 21, 2005 which was part of the VH-1-sponsored package tour entitled Rock Never Stops. The tour also featured Firehouse, Ratt, and Quiet Riot. An LP edition of the live album is being released in Europe as a primer for the band’s European tour in 2010.

The track listing for Live at the Mohegan Sun is as follows:

01. Intro
02. Night Songs
03. The Last Mile
04. Somebody Save Me
05. Heartbreak Station
06. Coming Home
07. Shelter Me
08. Nobody's Fool
09. Gypsy Road
10. Don't Know What You Got ('Till it's Gone)
11. Shake Me
12. Fallin' Apart at the Seams *
13. Push Push *
14. Still Climbing *

* Denotes bonus tracks available on the first pressing in digipack

On March 31, Cinderella released their Authorized Bootleg: Live at the Tokyo Dome – Tokyo, Japan Dec. 31 1990. The album was distributed by Island/Mercury.

In the summer of 2008, the band was forced to cancel its tour with Lynch Mob, Warrant, and Lynam after Tom Keifer’s left vocal cord haemorrhaged during rehearsal, rendering him unable to sing.

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