quinta-feira, 28 de abril de 2011

FALTAM 10 DIAS PARA O ANIVERSÁRIO DE ERIC BRITTINGHAM - just 10 days to Eric's birthday!


Um produtor (não revelarei o nome por enquanto) entrou em contato agora de manhã com a Union Entertainement Group para pedir aos caras os valores! Ele é cliente de um amigo meu, que fez o contato dele comigo!
Preciso da CERTEZA das pessoas assim que eu passar o valor, pois teremos pouco tempo para que eu confirme para ele se vamos poder bancar ou não!!!!!!!
É um projeto grande e não temos muito tempo!!!!!!! Também não posso garantir o lance do reembolso! Pode ser que se, por exemplo, eu pagar 400 reais, não tenha, tipo, nada de volta! Então, preciso que as pessoas REALMENTE INTERESSADAS se manifestem URGENTEMENTE!!!!! Talvez tenhamos que dar uma resposta até amanhã! ENTÃO, BORA GALERA!!!!!!!

Outra coisa: Pessoal que for de fora de São Paulo esteja ciente de que a produtora é daqui! Poderíamos tentar, sei lá, se juntar muita gente, diminuir o valor para quem for de fora... ou tentar em conjunto com uma produtora, por exemplo, no Rio e em POA, ou BH, sei lá!


Se quiserem, podem me contactar por:

- Orkut --> add procurando por ♪♥ Aηα Dαηι ♥♪ Rερô ♥♪ (copie e cole)
- MSN --> anadanielabc@hotmail.com
- MySpace --> http://www.myspace.com/561105653
- Twitter --> www.twitter.com/anadanirepo
- E-mail (o mesmo do MSN)

segunda-feira, 25 de abril de 2011


Segue agora uma entrevista de Tom Keifer, postada em 08/4/2010, no site http://www.backstageaxxess.com

One of the more talented bands to emerge out of the 1980s was Cinderella. Their blues based hard rock sound garnered them major respectability among critics and their peers.  They have been around for 24 years and will be gearing up for a major tour his summer with the Scorpions. We were able to chat with lead singer Tom Keifer about the tour, how his voice is holding up, and the very latest about his future solo album. Let's “Push, Push” to the interview…
Gus: Tom... first of all, I want to thank you for taking the time to talk with us at Backstageaxxess.com.  We know the band is revving up for some dates this weekend, so we appreciate you taking the time.
Tom: Sure! No problem.
Gus: The question everybody wants to know, how’s your voice holding up?
Tom: Great! It feels really great! We just did our first shows in Denver and Salt Lake City. My voice felt really good and I really feel I got the problems behind me. I've been working with some really great coaches and think I have it worked out.
Gus: Can you explain to our readers what exactly happened to your voice.. and how did you rehabilitate it?
Tom: I’ve had voice problems going back to the early 1990s. That’s why there was such a big period of time between the 3rd and 4th records ‘Heartbreak Station and Still Climbing.’ It was a kind of a mystery at the time. It’s a long story, but I will try to condense it. My voice went kind of crazy and haywire towards the end of the Heartbreak Station tour. I just couldn’t control the notes and stuff. I went to a bunch of different doctors and had a lot of frustration of not being able to figure out what was going on. I was diagnosed with paresis of my left vocal cord. Paresis is like a partial paralysis. The left vocal cord doesn’t move the same as the right one. It can be a sudden thing. It's usually not caused by how you sing or anything like that. It’s caused from the nerve being degenerated by viruses like a cold virus that embodies into the nerve or something like that. They don’t exactly know what the cause of it was. It’s something that usually can be career ending for a lot of people because there isn’t any kind of surgery or medicine to fix it. You have to retrain the vocal cord to do what it is supposed to do. I had to work real hard for 3 or 4 years there, to get enough strength back to make the 4th record. We toured shortly on that one, had to do some more work and the band broke up for a while. Got back together in 1998. My voice was doing pretty well and we have done a bunch of tours since we got back together and in 2006, I got hit with it again. It kinda of came back tenfold. We were well into rehearsals for that tour and the boat was ready to roll.  I didn’t have a whole lot of choice. It was our 20 year anniversary and we were with Poison.  I made the decision to go, even with my voice being somewhat less than expected. The beginning of the tour started off fairly well. I was able to hit most of the notes. As the tour went on, my voice got worse and worse to the point that by the end of the tour, I was probably talking through a lot of songs and changing melodies. Things I never had to do on tour. Because of the stress of that, I put some wear and tear on the vocal cords. I had to have some surgery to repair some tissue damage from straining and that kind of thing. I had that after the 2006 tour. I have pretty much been rehabbing and retraining it since. I had been working with 4-to-5 different voice teachers and finally found someone who helped teach me techniques to get around it and make my voice work again. I’m just thankful I got it to that place. For the shows we did back in Denver and Salt Lake a couple of weekends ago, my voice felt better than it has in years!
Gus: I’m sure you were very nervous before the show in Denver.
Tom: Oh Yeah (laughs)!

Gus: When you completed the show, how did it feel?

Tom: It felt good throughout both shows, particularly the first one. I felt I sang well, but not quite as well as I did in rehearsals and stuff, but I was just nervous. Particularly at the beginning of the set, I was a deer caught in the headlights. Towards the end of the set, I feel I loosened up and opened up more both nights. For both of our shows this weekend (Verona, NY and Philadelphia, PA), I will be more relaxed.
Gus: You have a couple of shows this weekend in Verona, NY (which isn’t too far way from where I am in Buffalo, NY) and Philadelphia, PA, your hometown, which I’m sure your really looking forward in playing.
Tom: For sure. We haven’t played there in years!
Gus: Frontier Records released ‘Live at the Mohegan Sun’ in November of 2009. The show was recorded in 2005 on the Rock that Never Stops tour. Why was this show used as a recording and not something more recent?
Tom: It was one of the few that we recorded. I don’t think we really did any recording in 2006. On the 2005 tour, we recorded a couple of shows. We liked that performance and we have a couple of other things recorded from that tour. That record was originally released by Sony here in the States. They had a five year license. When that license was up, Frontier decided to license it to release overseas.
Gus: What is going on with your solo record?
Tom: It’s pretty much finished. I’m booking a mastering date, probably in May sometime, before we hit the road for the summer. Then I will be looking for a label for it.
Gus: When can we expect a possible release?
Tom: It’s hard to say. I kind of predicted that in the past and have been wrong. I didn’t really want to do that again.
Gus: When the CD is released, will you be doing a tour in support of that?
Tom: Yeah, I definitely would want to support it and that’s one of the reasons why I’m kind of putting it on the back burner... because of the voice situation. I didn’t want to sign a deal for it and not be able to support it when the record came out.
Gus: Compare this record to a Cinderella record.  Are there similarities?  Are there differences?
Tom: There are differences, but a lot of similarities because I was the songwriter who did a lot of guitar work and was the lead singer in Cinderella. It has a lot of my sound in it. If I had to describe it, I would say it’s somewhere between Long Cold Winter and Heartbreak Station. Hopefully with a newer twist too.
Gus: Cinderella’s last studio record ‘Still Climbing’ was released in 1994. When can the fans expect a new studio album?
Tom: Right now it’s been so long since we've just been a band and on the road and that’s what we are looking forward to. To just get out there and play and see where that takes us.
Gus: you are a very talented musician where in concert you not only play the guitar, but the piano and saxophone as well. How did you become so diverse in playing multiple musical instruments?
Tom: Well, I don’t know. There were a lot of different kinds of music growing up. Guitars have been always my main instrument. I also liked a lot of bands that had piano. I was big Skynyrd fan and Fleetwood Mac and Aerosmith. A lot of stuff from the 70s that utilized a lot of others, other than guitars, so that’s where a lot of the interest came from.
Gus: Tom, you pretty much stay out of the public eye when you’re not out on tour. What are some of your other enjoyments away from music?
Tom: I really just enjoy being home with my family. I became a father 6 years ago. It has been really great to be home with him during some really important moments. Sometimes I think the voice problems... well there is never just some ill wind without bringing some good. Of course, as much of a struggle that was and I didn’t like it, it kept me home. I had no choice. I got to see him in his first baseball league. That’s been really great! You always try to look at the positive of things!
Gus: You talk about living in Nashville now and its one of the heartbeats of the music scene in America. Have you ever thought about producing other musicians’ music?
Tom: Yeah, and I do from time to time. I worked with Andy Griggs and produced some stuff for him. I produced some stuff for Bo Bice a couple of years back.
Gus: Any other acts you may be working with in the future?
Tom: Not that I have planned, but those things just kind of fall out of the sky. I get things presented to me all of the time and it just has to be something I really love. Then I will get involved in that.
Gus: You’re going out on tour with the Scorpions this summer. What other dates can we expect from the band that haven't already been announced?
Tom: To be honest, I’m not sure exactly if everything has been announced, so I probably need to step carefully here. We do have some dates with the Scorpions. We are going overseas to do some festivals like Download and Sweden Rock. We have some other various festivals here in the states this summer.
Gus: So the touring will lead you to just the end of summer then?  When you can concentrate on the release of your solo record?
Tom: Yeah!  I want to get the mastering and editing all finished up before we leave and then I will start to look for a label when I’m out on the road.
Gus: In wrapping up, what can the fans expect from the band going forward?
Tom: Well, I’m going to get my record out and we are going to tour this summer. Then we will see where that all leads for the band. Possibly, a record down the road? I don’t know when or if that will happen. We are certainly opened to the idea. If it's the right place at the right time, and it feels right, and a label that’s interested in doing the right thing by the band. It’s certainly a possibility in the future. Right now, we are just really focused in being a band, getting comfortable on stage again, and getting out there and just having some fun!
Gus: You guys are definitely a great band to see live and I want to wish you luck with your tour with the Scorpions and your festivals and what not.
Tom: Thanks!

sexta-feira, 22 de abril de 2011


Live in Philadelphia - 1985

Recentemente descobri esse vídeo no YOUTUBE.COM , raridade de Marco8247 (obrigada mais uma vez). Nele eles tocam várias demos, dentre elas a versão original de Nobody's Fool... hoje mando aqui a parte 1. Vale lembrar que o batera ainda era o Jim Drnec.
A qualidade é ruim, mas vale a pena ver!

I found it recently on Youtube.com, a rarity posted by Marco8247 (thnx again). They play some demos, including the original version of Nobody's Fool... today I'm posting the first part. It worths to remembar that the drummer was Jim Drnec.
Not a good quality, but it worths a lot to check!

quinta-feira, 21 de abril de 2011


Novas notícias sobre o adiamento da turnê sul-americana. E há um fail monster no meio da notícia. As informações foram retiradas do perfil da Glamnation RockParty, que organiza eventos relacionados ao Hard Rock Glam anos 80, e que está por trás da organização do show do Cinderella na Argentina, no Facebook. A notícia está em espanhol.

"Glamnation RockParty
La fecha de CINDERELLA en el Teatro Flores del 28/5, se paso para Agosto, por motivos ajenos a la produccion local, ya que se paso todo el tour Sudamericano (Brasil, Chile y Argentina), los motivos son de agenda de la banda, a los mas interesados pueden chequear en la web de Cinderella.
Los que quieran devolver sus tickets, pueden hacerlo en donde los compraron, o sino guardarlos para la nueva fecha. Nos comunicamos con el management de la banda y publicaremos la info que nos manden con la nueva fecha.
Una lastima para los amantes del Hard Rock, ya que estaba muy avanzada la posibilidad de que tocaran junto a Alice Cooper en el Estadio Malvinas + 2 bandas locales en un Festival."

Perceberam o fail? O cara citou BRASIL no meio da notícia... das duas uma... ou foi um hiper-mega-master-ultra-blaster-foster-croster fail mesmo (vai ver eles nem sabiam que o Brasil tinha ficado de fora, ou subestimaram a Colombia), ou há esperanças!!! Vamos aguardar mais notícias!

domingo, 17 de abril de 2011


BOMBA! (ou, como diria o macaco Simão... BUEMBA)

Segundo o site http://www.cinderella.net/ , os shows da América do Sul foram ADIADOS até o próximo verão... Hoje à tarde um amigo me alertou disso e eu fui verificar no site com meus próprios olhos! E estava lá:

*For circumstances outside
the band's control,
South American dates are
postponed until later in the summer.
Olha... pode ser que venha aí uma bomba mesmo, do tipo "Cinderella não virá à América do Sul". Mas, por outro lado, pode ser que algo tenha sido acertado para virem ao Brasil, e por uma questão de conveniência, resolveram adiar para quando houvesse mais datas livres para ficar por aqui mesmo. Então, podemos esperar de tudo!
Conversei com  Debinique LaBar via Twitter, mas ela não sabe o porquê do adiamento! Vamos aguardar, então, os acontecimentos! qualquer novidade, eu posto aqui!
According to http://www.cinderella.net/ , the concerts that would be in South America had been postponed to next summer... This afternoon a friend o'mine alerted me and I went to the website check this! And then, this quote was over there:
*For circumstances outside
the band's control,
South American dates are
postponed until later in the summer.
Well... it's possibly some bad news, like "Cinderella is not coming to SA". But, looking from the other side, maybe it's possible they come to Brazil, and as convenience, they choose to postpone the concerts to make easier because of more free dates. So, we can wait for anything!
I talked to Debinique LaBar via Twitter, but she didn't know the cause of postpone. Let's wait what is to come! News, I'll post here!


Gente! não sei se vcs sabiam da existência deste vídeo!!!! é o vídeo oficial de Hot and Bothered!!!!! eu nunca tinha visto... aliás, acho que poucos viram... não tem no canal oficial do Cinderella no Youtube... e os que têm estão com uma qualidade péssima... mesmo assim vou postar aqui para vcs conhecerem! Achei por acaso!

Guys! I don't if you knew that this video exists!!!! this is the official Hot and Bothered video!!!! I've never seen before... and I think that a few people have seen it... it's not on the official Cinderella channel on Youtube... and the videos on Youtube have an awful quality... but I'll post it here for you to know! Found by luck!

sexta-feira, 15 de abril de 2011

Entrevista/Interview - Jeff LaBar

Segue aqui mais uma entrevista do Jeff LaBar, agora à AllAccessMagazine.com. Quando eu tiver um tempo, traduzirei para o português. A entrevista é de 2009 (bem antiga) e ele se refere à carreira solo de Tom Keifer, ao seu programa de rádio via internet (que não existe mais) e a seus projetos paralelos.

Another Jeff LaBar's interview, now to AllAccessMagazine.com. When I have time, I'll translate it to Portuguese. The interview was made in 2009 (old) and he metions Tom Keifer's solo career, his online radion show (that is not broadcasted anymore) and his solo projects.

All Access Magazine Journalist Alison Cohen - Interview with Jeff LaBar (Cinderella/ Freakshow guitarist)
Jeff LaBar has been playing guitar for Cinderella since they made their debut in 1985. LaBar recently recorded a CD with Markus Allen Christopher’s band Freakshow, is starting to record his 1st solo CD, and has an online radio show with his wife called “Saturday Nights with the LaBars.”

All Access Magazine: There is a lot of drama on myspace and Blabbermouth about Freakshow. I’d like to get your insight. Frankie Banani has posted his story; Markus Allen Christopher has posted “The Truth” and is corresponding with fans. What’s your side of the story?
Jeff LaBar: As far as I know, Freakshow is non-existent. My Freakshow story started on myspace. I get a lot of people sending me their songs, check out my band, big fan… And I got one from a band called Miss Crazy. I check out all my myspace stuff as much as I can and I write back to as many people as I can. Facebook, Twitter, all that stuff. When I heard Miss Crazy, I was like, wow, that’s kinda cool… It was reminiscent of the 80’s, yet still kind of cool, and a little current. I wrote back to him and told him I dig your band, thanks... Markus Allen Christopher wrote back to me and said he wants to do a solo record, how would I feel about playing on it? Quite frankly, I asked, “how much money you got?” He said he’d fly me out to San Jose and all I’d have to do is solos. About a year later it all came together. He called me and said, guess what, I got Frankie Banali on drums. And then Frankie got Tony Franklin involved and it just snowballed. Before I even recorded a note, it was like, we’re gonna make this a band, and we’re gonna call it Freakshow and we’re gonna tour. Frankie and I toured together with Quiet Riot and Cinderella and always wanted to play together, and Cinderella wasn’t doing a lot these days.
Frankie did his drum tracks before I even got there. I did my guitar solos, and then after I left San Jose I went straight to L.A. and met up with Frankie and started jamming. Unfortunately five days before the CD came out, Frankie’s wife passed away. We were doing a lot of press and promoting the hell out of it, and Frankie dropped off the face of the earth. This is like, “Mr. Myspace.” It devastated him… Obviously. He said, don’t tell anyone, but this is what happened, and I’ll talk to you in a couple months.
Tony Franklin was never gonna tour. He just did the record and said that up front. But Markus and I promoted the hell out of it. We were looking at bass players and giving Frankie space. A few months went by, and when we caught back up with Frankie he was pretty much not into it anymore. He wasn’t into anything anymore, really. He has a pre-teen daughter he’s raising by himself, and he said if I’m gonna do anything, it really has to be worth my while to take me away from my daughter.
We did get some offers to do some things. Nothing very lucrative, but some things that Markus and I did want to pursue, and Frankie didn’t feel it was worthy of his time away from his daughter. I really can’t place any judgement the way Markus is. Markus is very bitter. I understand. I’m bummed, but I understand. When Frankie and Markus started battling on the Internet, I dropped out of it. I just stopped talking. No comment. And that brings us to where we are now.

AAM: Do you see yourself ever wanting to find another drummer and a touring bass player and give it a go, or are you just going to call it a CD and move forward?
JL: I told Markus that a long time ago that, Frankie’s situation aside, that you’re not gonna get Frankie off his couch for less than what Quiet Riot would get paid. Me, on the other hand… I’ve done things that have paid less than Cinderella. I played with Eric Brittingham’s wife’s band, Naked Beggars. It was back to basics… back to humping your own gear, playing for 50 to 100 people a night, it was fun. I still dig it like a youngster. I know Frankie, and he’s not gonna go for anything less than a tour bus and a four-star hotel. Markus said Frankie was on board. I still said we might want to think about getting another drummer. That’s when Markus broke it to me; we can’t do that because Frankie owns 50%. I didn’t know that. I was hired and paid to do a record, and it was done. It is what it is. Things were promised to me that never came to be, as far as money and stuff. From what I heard, Frankie said if you guys really want to go out on tour without me you have my blessing, and I’ll even suggest a couple drummers. But, then again, he gets 50% of it.

AAM: Have you thought about playing with Markus in Miss Crazy?
JL: He brought that up. We were just getting frustrated with the whole Freakshow thing and he said he was just going to make another Miss Crazy record and asked if I’d play on it. I was like, yeah, I’ll play on it. Same story as last time… You pay me and I’ll play on it. I am a professional musician. If you pay me, I will play. (laughs) That’s what I do for a living. Sure. When you talk about touring, that’s a different story… I’m in my mid-40’s and people know who I am. I’m not about to go out and put make-up on and try to reinvent myself. He was trying to get Eric Brittingham involved too. He talked to Eric, and Eric was like, yeah, I’ll play on the record. The same thing… I’m not trying to be in Miss Crazy and put make-up on. It took us 25 years to get people to know who we are. Markus said something like, just me and the drummer will wear make-up. I’m like, dude, that’s ridiculous. And I thought it was kind of silly when he was wearing make-up for Freakshow. It’s like Jeff LaBar and Frankie Banali with King Diamond. (laughs) But that’s his persona, and if we did tour, he was still going to carry that persona, you know as opposed to who he really is and his real name. You know Markus Allen Christopher is the guy with the make-up on. I grew up a big Alice Cooper fan and a Mercyful Fate fan, so I guess I can understand it. Not too much for me.

AAM: It looks like you and your wife, Debby, had a radio show a while back and are starting that up again. Can you tell us more about “Saturday Night with the LaBars?”
JL: Debby and I had a radio show for a little less than a year. It was a couple years ago on Reality Radio. We did an interview here in Nashville with Naked Beggars and I pretty much took over the whole interview. Nobody was talking, I had a buzz on…I was going off! In the meantime, my wife Debby was talking to the CEO of the radio station. The four of us just hit it off and they said I should do a radio show and within a few weeks, we just joined the team. We put on a four hour late night radio show “Saturday Night with the LaBars” from 10PM to 2 o’clock in the morning. We just talked and played music. I based the format on “Regis and Kelly.” For the first hour they just talk about what was in the news, what happened overnight, and what happened that week. Debby would put together play lists, without even telling me, of all 80’s music. She would play a song… Say she played Poison, and I would be like, remember the time… We would just tell stories, amusing antidotes that people would get a kick out of. When I first met David Lee Roth, Bobby Dall getting busted… We had a chat room, phone line, games…

AAM: That sounds fun.
JL: During all the interviews I’m doing for Freakshow, people keep saying, you gotta bring your show back! Finally, a station grabbed a hold of us hardrockradiolive.com. Hopefully it will take off in the next couple weeks. We are still going on Saturday nights, but from 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM EST.

AAM: So is the Radio Show your main focus right now, as far as what you’re personally working on?
JL: I’m also working on a solo record. For the past three months I’ve been in three bands, Cinderella, Freakshow and another band called Rufus Fontain. I can’t get any of these bands to work, and go out and play. So my wife and I were in the car one night and one of my demos came up on her iPod. She said I should go in the studio and re-record all my old demos. I never actually thought of that. All my old demos are all me. I programmed a drum machine and played guitar, bass, keyboards, and sang everything. Thanks to Debby, I transferred to digital, and I’m getting ready to go into the studio and re-record and rework all these old songs that I’ve recorded over the last 15 years.

AAM: Do you have a goal in mind or an idea as to when this will be finished?
JL: I have a goal. My goal is to actually do it.

AAM: That’s exciting. That’s something Cinderella fans and your fans will be looking forward to.
JL: It’s going to take a while because I’m gonna play everything. I’m gonna get my buddy Shawn Hughes from the Naked Beggars to do all the drum tracks, and then I’m just going to go in the studio everyday and overdub everything that I want done. Play all the bass, guitars, keyboards, vocals… That’s the way I always did it back in the day. I am looking forward to it. So no, I don’t have a time frame. (laughs)

AAM: Well at least you’re getting it started and getting the word out there. What is going on with Cinderella and how is Tom Keifer doing?
JL: He tells me he’s feeling good, and he’s been working out, as far as vocals, and he’s getting ready to hit it. I’m like, come on man, bring it! It’s quite possible that we may start rehearing the next couple weeks and ease back into it and do some fly dates on the weekends. I’m not promising or telling you, hey, we’re touring. Maybe some casino stuff in November, December… who knows. It would be really good to get back out there with Cinderella. It was such a bummer Keifer blew his voice out. He was devastated.

AAM: The good news is he’s back on track. How about recording? Any talk of a new Cinderella CD?
JL: No, no talk about recording, Tom’s been working on a solo record for quite some time. It actually started out to be a Cinderella album when we were signed to Sony and the first five or six songs were for our demo. Then the Sony deal fell through… He just turned it into a solo project and has been working on it ever since.

AAM: Is there anything else you would like to add or tell our readers?
JL: Make sure to check out my websites (listed below) and my radio show “Saturday nights with the LaBars” on hardrockradiolive.com. Also, regardless of the Freakshow situation, I’m still really proud of the CD. I think that it’s pretty much the best thing that I have ever recorded. Nothing against Cinderella, but it’s up there, I think.

AAM: Sounds great. Thank You for your time. Best of luck with everything you’re doing and with your radio show.
JL: Alright Alison, you take care.

quinta-feira, 14 de abril de 2011

Projeto para trazer o Cinderella para o Brasil

Projeto para trazer o Cinderella para o Brasil

Temos conversado na comunidade Cinderella*, do Orkut, sobre este site que nosso amigo Maverick postou lá. Algumas pessoas já se interessaram, mas precisamos juntar o máximo possível de pessoas, assim o valor inicial diminuiria.
Seria algo como um ingresso reembolsável. Primeiramente um grupo se junta, promove o evento, e com arrecadação da bilheteria, é reembolsado.
Se bastante gente se juntar... acho que rola!
Divulguem a ideia, a comunidade, divulgem tudo!


Mais demos!
More Demos!

Breaking the Chains

Cry no More


Turnê 2011/Tour 2011

A turnê começa hoje... nossas esperanças, indo pela privada... mas vamos torcer para que dê tudo certo, que seja bom para os caras, bastante lucrativo, e que eles não encerrem a carreira após essa turnê, pq seria um grande balde de água fria no sonho de todos os que esperam Cinderella no Brasil
Boa sorte para os caras... Fred Coury já mandou um tweet para seus seguidores informando a hora em que desceram em Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan. Isso foi ontem no fim da tarde. Vou postando aqui conforme eu tiver notícias!
Ficam aqui minhas energias positivas a Tom, Eric, Jeff, Fred, staff, roadies, etc, etc, etc, etc!

terça-feira, 12 de abril de 2011


O post de hoje será dedicado às fotos da infância e da juventude dos caras do Cinderella. Encontrei essas fotos graças à minha fiel seguidora (e fiel fã do Cinderella hahahahahaha), Lethycya Keifer (escrevi seu nome certo, baby? hahahahaha), que é a pessoa que mais comenta no blog (é, isso aí... inspira pra caramba!!!!). Ela me passou um link, que claro que vou passar a vcs, de um site de fã dedicado ao Cinderella (estou averiguando se a pessoa que mantém o site é a mesma que tem um perfil no Youtube.com com vários vídeos do Cinderella). O site é http://www.angelfire.com/rock4/tomkeiferfan/ e agradeço desde já à pessoa que fez este site em compartilhar as fotos que possui. Há, neste site, que vale a pena ser visitado, muitas fotos que eu não vou copiar aqui. Algumas delas foram autorizadas provavelmente pelos membros da banda para serem postadas lá, e não é justo eu roubá-las e postá-las aqui! Outras, embora não tenham essa restrição, são muito, mas muito íntimas, fotos de família mesmo... e não acho justo com os membros da banda pôr aqui! Portanto, indico que vcs visitem esse site e vejam as fotos lá, e NÃO ROUBEM ESSAS FOTOS!!! Temos que respeitar nossos ídolos! Não se esqueçam disso, ok?
Aproveitem as fotos!

Today's post will be dedicated to childhood and teenage of Cinderfellows. I found these pics because of my faithful follower (and faithful Cinderella fan LOL), Lethycya Keifer (did I write correctly your name, baby? LOL), that is the person that mostly comment on my blog (yes, that's it... gives some f*cking inspiration!!!). She sent me a link, of course I'll post it here, of a fansite dedicated to Cinderella (I'm checking if the person that keeps the website online is the same that has an Youtube.com profile with a bunch of Cinderella videos). The website is http://www.angelfire.com/rock4/tomkeiferfan/ and I really thanx this person for sharing the pics. In this website (it worths to be visited) there are lots of pics that I won't paste here. Some of them had been authorized probably by Cinderfellows to be showed over there, and it's not fair if I steal and post them here. Other pics, although don't have any restriction, are very, so damn very intimate, family pics... It's not fair with Cinderfellows post it here! So, I advise you to visit the website and see the pics over there, and DO NOT STEAL THESE PICTURES!!!! We must respect our idols! Don't forget it, ok?
Enjoy the pics!

1. Fred Coury criança/ Fred Coury boy


2. Fred Coury jovem/ Young Fred Coury

3. Jeff LaBar criança / Jeff LaBar boy (disparado o mais fofinho/really the cutiest)

4. Jeff LaBar Jovem / Young Jeff LaBar

5. Eric Brittingham criança/ Eric Brittingham boy

6. Eric Brittingham jovem / Young Eric Brittingham

7. Tom Keifer criança / Tom Keifer boy

8. Tom Keifer jovem / Young Tom Keifer

segunda-feira, 11 de abril de 2011


Algumas fotos raras que foram encontradas na net por mim e por parceiros meus! hahahahahaha Obrigada Matheus "Tom" (de novo) e Leo Bongiovi por desenterrarem essas raridades!!!!!

Some more rare pics that has been found on intenet by me and some partners of mine! LOL Thanks to Matheus "Tom"(again) and Leo Bongiovi for digging these rarities up!!!!

After Show
Only Jeff is laught at the joke

REALLY RARE... I love this bass

Great Pic

Where is Eric's hair... I want it again like this!!!!


I had this poster!


Bom, seguem aqui minhas duas demos preferidas...
Well, these are my favorite demos...

From The Pain To The Fire

Hot Lovin'

Digam o que quiserem, mas a letra de Hot Lovin' é sensacional... algo que nunca imaginei ouvir de Mr. Tom Keifer... "Love 'til you bleed"... é... fraqueei... hahahahahaha

Say what you want, but Hot Lovin' lyrics are amazing... something I've never thought hear from Mr. Tom Keifer... "Love 'til you bleed"... well... I became weak LOL

domingo, 10 de abril de 2011



Bom, hoje vou colocar alguns vídeos de jams do Cinderella ou membros do Cinderella com outras bandas ou membros de outras bandas. Bom, os vídeos são auto-explicativos, então serei breve com as palavras.

1. Mötley Crüe + Tom Keifer + Sebastian Bach + Dave Sabo

2. Cinderella + Tangier + alguns membros do Lynyrd Skynyrd

3. Cinderella + Bobby Blotzer + Stephen Pearcy + Tommy Lee + Rick Rockett + Mike Tramp

4. Tom Keifer + Bad Romance

5. Tom Keifer + Bret Michaels

Bom, se eu encontrar mais algum, posto... Se alguém tiver alguma sugestão, comente e mande o link! Postarei com os devidos créditos!!!!

Obrigada aos amigos Matheus "Tom" (kkkkkkkkkk) e Christie!!!!!!! Post dedicado a vcs!