Tom Keifer returns for hometown show at Dobbs in Philadelphia

Tom Keifer, lead singer of the popular 1980’s band Cinderella, made a triumphant return for a hometown show at the legendary Dobbs in Philadelphia.   Performing in support of his soon-to-be-released solo album, The Way Life Goes, Keifer just embarked on a 14-city trek of small, intimate rooms.   This is Keifer’s first-ever solo tour which began on February 9 in Winston-Salem, NC and runs through February 28 in White Marsh, MD.   Dates beyond February 28 are currently in the works.

WMMR’s Jacky BamBam gave Tom & band an intense introduction to a packed house.  Tom performed 14 songs with a mix of old Cinderella classics as well as new songs from The Way Life Goes.


Sick for the Cure
Ain’t That a Bitch
A Different Light
Shake Me
Ask Me Yesterday
The Flower Song
One for Rock and Roll
Solid Ground
Cold Day in Hell
Don’t Know What You Got (Till It’s Gone)
Coming Home
Shelter Me

With a Little Help From My Friends (Beatles)
Gypsy Road

Check out Tom Keifer at any of the remaining dates:

DATE                    CITY                                 VENUE

2/15            Pittsburgh, PA                        Altar Bar
2/16            Salisbury, MA                         Blue Ocean
2/17            Portland, ME                          Asylum
2/19           Cleveland, OH                         Peabody’s
2/20          Nashville, TN                          3rd & Lindsley
2/22          Chicago, IL                               Viper Alley
2/23          Lexington, KY                         Buster’s
2/24          Detroit, MI                              Magic Bag
2/26          Grand Rapids, MI                  The Intersection
2/27          Cincinnati, OH                        20th Century
2/28          White Marsh, MD                   House of Rock

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In 1993 my path as a concert photographer took off as I began covering the Grateful Dead and other national musical acts. As a freelance photographer some of my photographs have been featured in books such as Smithsonian's Rock and Roll, magazines, and on television (A&E Biography of Debbie Harry).

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