Hard rock icons Cinderella are back with the all original line-up of Tom Keifer (vocals, guitar), Eric Brittingham (bass), Jeff LaBar (guitar) and Fred Coury (drums). The band is gearing up for a Summer tour that will be hitting select cities across America. The band will be tearing through a set spanning all four of their studio albums including their biggest hits. Cinderella was formed in Philadelphia in 1982 by singer-songwriter/guitarist/keyboardist Tom Keifer and bassist Eric Brittingham. Cinderella got their big break when Jon Bon Jovi saw them perform at the Empire Rock Club in Philadelphia and recommended that his A&R rep see them as well. In 1985, with a recording contract with Mercury/Polygram Records, the band entered the studio with legendary producer Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin) to record their debut album “Night Songs”. “Night Songs” was released in June 1986 and eventually achieved triple platinum status, selling 50,000 copies per week at one point. Cinderella’s second album “Long Cold Winter” was released in 1988. A 254-show tour to support it lasted over 14 months and included dates on the “Moscow Music Peace Festival” alongside other metal acts, such as Ozzy Osbourne, Scorpions, Motley Crue, Bon Jovi, and Skid Row. The tour’s stage show included Keifer being lowered to the stage while playing a white piano during their radio hit “Don’t Know What You Got (till It’s Gone)”. Their third album, “Heartbreak Station”, was released in 1990 followed by “Still Climbing” in 1994. The later two albums featured songs more influenced by Keifer’s love of the blues CINDERELLA has sold over 18 million albums to date worldwide.