Cinderella

By Eric Brightwell

 

Cinderella first appeared on the national conscience in the mid-80s, clad in spandex, hair teased and fronted by pouty, man-pretty singer Tom Keifer. Not surprisingly, they were written of as insubstantial a hair metal act by many judging them primarily by their appearance. For those that bothered listening to their music, the blues-infused sound and raspy-voiced, dude-looks-like-a-lady singer led others to write them off as Aerosmith clones. However, underneath the garish purple surface, Cinderella were actually a rather talented band who were equally adept at crafting... Read More

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