June 17 @ 7:00 pm
KSHE 95 welcomes Sonic Slam featuring Cinderella’s Tom Keifer Band with L.A Guns and Faster Pussycat to The Family Arena on Friday, June 17th
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Rock fans rejoice! It’s been far too quiet the past couple of years, and it’s finally time for the return of a tour that cranks it to the max! “Sonic Slam” with Tom Keifer #keiferband, L.A. Guns and Faster Pussycat are hitting the road together.
#keiferband — Tom Keifer, Savannah Keifer, Tony Higbee, Billy Mercer, Kendra Chantelle, Jarred Pope and Kory Myers — are fired up to get back on tour with their high energy, leave it all on the stage rock show that combines all the classic, chart-topping hits of Cinderella with new faves from #keiferband ‘s solo releases. Tom Keifer’s story begins as the singer-songwriter, guitarist and front man of hard rock heavyweights Cinderella. His signature voice, guitar and bluesy, no-BS 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 #keiferband, releasing two critically acclaimed solo albums, THE WAY LIFE GOES and RISE.
L.A. Guns was formed in 1983 and have sold over six million records, including 1988’s L.A. GUNS and 1990’s COCKED AND LOADED, both of which were certified Gold. COCKED AND LOADED contained the hit single “Ballad of Jayne” that went to #33 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and #25 on the Mainstream Rock charts. From the mid-90’s to the mid 2000’s, L.A. Guns continued to tour and release new music.
Faster Pussycat rose from the depths of the mid-‘80s Hollywood rock scene, taking the Sunset Strip by storm with a sound that wasn’t glam and wasn’t punk, but blistered somewhere in between. With an attitude and swagger all its own, their self-titled debut featured the instant classics “Babylon,” “Bathroom Wall,” “Cathouse” and “Don’t Change That Song,” and its follow-up, WAKE ME WHEN IT’S OVER, climbed even higher with the radio hit “House Of Pain,” “Poison Ivy” and “Where There’s A Whip There’s A Way.”