Tom Keifer is back on the road promoting his recent solo record release, The Way Life Goes .

Most fans know Tom Keifer as the singer/songwriter and guitarist for the 80s band, Cinderella. He’s now a solo artist working alongside his wife. After dealing with a paralyzed vocal cord, he trained and worked his way back into singing. Though he’s soft-spoken, his music says other wise.

Hitting the road this summer promoting his latest album, The Way Life Goes, he’s excited to be touring. “I’m ready to get back on the road, the solo record is out, and I’m ready to play the music,” Keifer said. This is his first album in almost 20 years, but he was on the road last year when The Way Life Goes was released.

The solo record is something Keifer needed to do for himself, “I’m happy because the record is something I was able to write and have the time to put myself into it,” Keifer said. The record shines from the first song, “Solid Ground,” which captivates the wholesome sound of Keifer. It’s a track like the title… solid and feel good blues rock.

“The album is the result of life and the things I’ve experienced, from my early days of Cinderella to now and I got to work on it with my wife,” Keifer said. The record is something old, yet new to the industry. It’s catchy to all ages and feels good listening to it. Keifer’s success over the past 30 years has paid off and you can hear it in the latest record.

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You can also catch him on tour:
4/26 – Uncasville, CT
5/22 – Nashville, TN
5/25 – Pryor, OK w/ Kid Rock
5/30 – Sioux Falls, SD w/ Rick Springfield
6/01 – Dallas, TX w/ Five Finger Death Punch
6/20 – Wateska, IL
6/21 – Springfield, IL
6/22 – St. Charles, IL w/ Vince Neil
7/12 – Mc Henry, IL
7/25 – London, ON w/ Sammy Hagar

About The Author

Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona now in Texas, with a B.A. in Journalism, Shannon has experience with behind the scenes and on stage. Her background in music stems from her introduction to Heavy Metal at a young age. Growing up around the sounds of Ozzy Osbourne, Pantera, Megadeth, Aerosmith, and Tool, she acquired an obsession for information on these bands and the stories they had to tell. Not only that, Shannon found an outlet instrumentally playing flute from third grade into college, and developed vocally through private lessons. She firmly believes Heavy Metal is a positive outlet and has contributed to her success as a writer and person.

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