TOM KEIFER Announces Spring/Summer 2023 Tour With WINGER And JOHN CORABI

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CINDERELLA front-man Tom Keifer and his #keiferband will embark on a U.S. tour this spring and summer. Support on most of the dates on the trek will come from WINGER and former MÖTLEY CRÜE singer John Corabi.

 Tom Keifer Tour Dates:

June 15 – Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, Georgia *
June 17 – Blue Note Harrison – Harrison, Ohio *
June 18 – Dr. Pepper Park – Roanoke, Virginia *
June 21 – St. George Theatre – Staten Island, New York *
June 23 – Santander Performing Arts Center – Reading, Pennsylvania *
June 24 – Palladium Ballroom – New York, New York *
June 25 – Budweiser Brewery Experience – Merrimack, New Haven *
June 27 – Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts – Patchogue, New York *
June 28 – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – Hampton Beach, New Haven *
June 30 – Keswick Theatre – Glenside, Pennsylvania *
July 01 – Mountain View Amphitheater – Cheswick, Pennsylvania *
July 06 – Penn’s Peak – Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania *
July 07 – The Strand Ballroom & Theatre – Providence, Rhode Island *
July 14 – Arcada Theatre – St. Charles, Illinois *
July 15 – The Des Plains Theatre – Des Plaines, Illinois *
July 18 – The Oriental Theater – Denver, Colorado
July 19 – Steelhouse Omaha – Omaha, Nebraska +
July 21 – Mid Summer Music Fest – Menahga, Minnesota +
July 22 – Medina Entertainment Center – Hamel, Minnesota +
July 27 – Granada Theater – Dallas, Texas, USA ++
July 28 – Rise Rooftop – Houston, Texas ++
July 29 – Haute Spot – Cedar Park Texas ++
Aug. 18 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tennessee *

* with WINGER and John Corabi
+ with L.A. GUNS
++ with with John Corabi

Last month, Tom released the official music video for the song “A Different Light”. The track is taken from Tom‘s critically acclaimed solo debut album, “The Way Life Goes”, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary.

Keifer‘s story begins as the singer-songwriter, guitarist and frontman of hard rock heavyweights CINDERELLA. His signature voice, guitar and bluesy, no-B.S. arena-shaking songwriting, played an integral role in moving records to the tune of 15 million worldwide. Tom Keifer is enjoying continued success recording and touring with #keiferbandTom Keifer, Savannah Keifer, Tony Higbee, Billy Mercer, Kendra Chantelle, Jarred Pope and Kory Myers — releasing two critically acclaimed solo albums, the aforementioned “The Way Life Goes” and “Rise”.

“When this band came together, we all felt a bit like broken souls, each with our own unique story,” Tom explains. “If you ask anyone in the band, they would all say this band came along at just the right time. Every human who walks this planet faces challenges and extreme adversity they have to overcome. As a band, we feel fortunate to be able to face those things together. There is a piece of every band member in the ‘The Death Of Me’ as well as throughout the entire ‘Rise’ album.”

The common thread to each song on “Rise” is the intuitive interplay between each member of #keiferband, a tight but loose collective that’s spent the last six-plus years on the road honing their live craft together in support of Keifer‘s critically acclaimed 2013 solo debut, “The Way Life Goes”“Rise” is the studio-bred equivalent of a band just now realizing the full scope of its powers.

“We were trying to capture the feeling of what people have witnessed live with this band,” Keifer explains. “There’s an off-the-rails, real live feel to ‘Rise’ — and that’s what we were going for. It shows a real kind of angst and reckless abandon that we tried not to polish too much. And when we pull it back on the ballads, it’s more about the emotion, the soul, and making people feel something in a different way.”

“To me, the perfect rock and roll record is perfectly f**ked up,” Keifer says with a hearty laugh. “You try to make each record interesting and different. I don’t ever want to make the same record twice, even though there’s a common thread between them. Everything doesn’t have to be perfectly in place, but there is a balance you try to strike. Sometimes there may be something about it that’s technically not ‘right,’ but there’s a vibe, an energy and an attitude to it that I always try to preserve.”

Tom was scheduled to join forces with RATTSKID ROW and SLAUGHTER for “The Big Rock Summer Tour” this past summer, but the trek was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.


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