VOCALS, GUITAR AND PIANO:
GUITAR: Jeff LaBar
BASS: Eric Brittingham
DRUMS: Fred Coury
1986 Nobody's Fool
1987 Somebody Save Me
1988 Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)
1989 Gypsy Road
1989 Coming Home
1989 The Last Mile
1990 Shelter Me
1991 Heartbreak Station
2 Top 10 Albums
1 Top 40 Album
“When we got on stage the first night
(for a 2000 reunion
tour) and saw the crowd, we all just looked at each other, like, ‘Where did all these people come from?’ It was like ’89
over again.” So recalls Tom Keifer in the liner notes to
Cinderella - Rocked, Wired & Bluesed: The Greatest Hits
(Mercury/UMe), released January 25, 2005. Even the group was
surprised to discover that, while one of the most popular bands
of the late ‘80s, Cinderella had become much more--an
indispensable musical touchstone of the decade.
Featuring 17 selections, each 96k/24-bit digitally
remastered from the original master tapes, Rocked, Wired &
Bluesed: The Greatest Hits includes all of Cinderella’s Top 40
pop hits, Top 40 Album Rockers and favorite album cuts.
Spanning all four of the group’s studio albums and its
contribution to the soundtrack to Wayne’s World, Rocked, Wired &
Bluesed is the ultimate collection for Cinderella fans.
Released simultaneously is Rocked, Wired & Bluesed:
Greatest Video Hits (Mercury/UMe), a DVD collection of the 10
videos for all of its hits. The audio for each has been
digitally remastered in 5.1 Surround. The DVD also boasts a “Making
Of ‘Heartbreak Station’” featurette and
the 1988 homevideo Tales From The Gypsy Road, along with new
commentary by Tom Keifer & Eric Brittingham.
Singer-guitarist-songwriter Keifer, lead guitarist Jeff
LeBar and bassist Brittingham were Philadelphia hard rock club
scene veterans when Jon Bon Jovi saw them perform and
recommended the band to his label, Mercury. In 1986, Cinderella
recorded Night Songs. The power ballad “Nobody’s Fool” went
20 partly thanks to its MTV video success and the rocker “Somebody
Save Me” peaked in the Album Rock Top 40. Night
Songs, which hit #3 and triple latinum, also boasted “Shake Me”
and its title track.
Follow-up Long Cold Winter (1988), was Top 10 and triple
platinum too, with the Top 20 pop “Don’t Know What You Got
It’s Gone)” and “Coming Home,” Top 40 pop “The
Last Mile” and
Album Rock Top 20 “Gypsy Road.” Rocked, Wired & Bluesed:
Greatest Hits also brings together “Bad Seamstress Blues/Fallin’
Apart At The Seams,” “If You Don’t Like It” and
the title track.
Heartbreak Station (1990) reached the Top 20 and platinum,
led by the Top 40 rocker “Shelter Me” and Top 10 Album Rock
title number that featured an orchestra arranged and conducted
by Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones. “The More Things Change” and “Winds
Of Change” were among the album’s other fan favorites.
The band’s last studio release was 1994’s Still Climbing,
was represented by “Blood From A Stone” and, in its original
from the 1992 Wayne’s World soundtrack, “Hot And Bothered.”
The band reunited for a national tour in 1998, followed
with summer tours along with Poison in 2000 and 2002, and now
will be headlining amphitheaters itself the summer of 2005!
Moondance Jam 2014 Lineup
Bands to be announced soon.
"Soundtrack of Summer"
With many more bands announced soon!