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Carl Thomas Keifer (born January 26, 1961, in Springfield, Pennsylvania) is an American singer and guitarist for the band Cinderella.
Tom Keifer grew up in a musical family and began playing guitar at a young age. Keifer fell in love with the blues and was heavily inspired by this style of music.
While in junior high school, Keifer formed his first rock band. He soon learned to play the electric guitar. In high school, the young musician struggled with opioid and alcohol use, and he considered dropping out of class to pursue a music career. However, his mother Adrienne bribebed her son to continue in school by promising him a Gibson Les Paul guitar after graduation. Keifer studied and was granted the coveted instrument.
Keifer is married to singer-songwriter Savannah Snow. Their first child was born in February 2004.
Keifer managed to get rid of his heroin use and began concentrating on a career as a musician soon. He had started writing original content. He also gained financial assistance by walking race horses on tracks and filming in new markets. Keifer brought himself closer to becoming a popular musician by founding the hard rock band Cinderella with good friend and bassist Eric Brittingham. Despite being shy, Keifer took on the role of lead singer because they couldn't find anyone they liked to perform for the band. "I don't feel secure when I'm up there performing and not playing guitar," Keifer wrote in an article. When it's just me and the microphone, it's naked."
Gene Simmons of Kiss, the band's unsuccessfully tried to get the band signed, discovered Cinderella.
Jon Bon Jovi, a guitarist at the Empire Rock Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the first manager of Mercury A&R to sign the band. "I saw Tommy Keifer onstage giving some really cool, growling vocals," Bon Jovi has said. This Les Paul was yelling and he thrashed him to make some strange sounds. "This guy struck me as a professional right away and there."
Keifer and company's albums, Night Songs, Long Cold Winter, and Heartbreak Station all received a lot of success. Keifer, a popular songwriter, had hits including "Shake Me," "Nobody's Fool," "Gypsy Road," "Coming Home," "Shelter Me," and "Heartbreak Station." Emily, his wife, whom he married in 1987 after years of dating, loved spending time with him. She also created the band's distinctive name and often accompanied her husband on tour.