Medina Entertainment Center Presents Tom Keifer with special guests LA Guns.

Tonight was an awesome night for rock n roll masters from the 80’s Both supporting new albums and still going strong.

LA Guns opened the show and gave us a killer set. They are in support of their latest release The Devil You Know. This and the last release are their two best records since Cocked and Loaded. It’s like they never were apart. I have seen many line up changes over the years and say this is the best one since the original line up. Traci Guns is an amazing guitar player. I don’t usually get awe struck by guitar player but man is he good. They opened with Over the Edge from Hollywood Vampires and right into two classics, No Mercy and Sex Action. They only did two songs from the new album, the title track and Gone Honey and from The Missing Piece album they did Speed. Do yourself a favor and check out these albums. The crowd was packed for the gunners from the front to the back and rocking out. The rest of the set list contained their classics Never Enough, I Wanna Be Your Man, Ballad of Jayne and closing out with Rip and Tear.

The boys are back and better than ever. Click HERE for more info and tour dates.

Tom Keifer always packs them in and an absolute madhouse after LA Guns.

Cinderella’s music has out stood the test of time and he still sounds just as good as the first time I saw him in 86 opening for David Lee Roth. He is in support of his latest release Rise. Check out the new album Tom’s writing just keeps getting better.

When the shao started the band comes out and does a huddle on the stage in front of everyone before the show and then proceeds to make everyone happy in the room. When Tom plays he leaves everything on stage. I have seen him many times with his solo band and it gets better every time. Now obviously you get all the greatest Cinderella hits, but also his solo songs are just as good. Highlights from the Cinderella tunes was Bad Seamstress Blues / Falling Apart at the Seems, The Last Mile, and Long Cold Winter. Rise is an excellent album and we got 3 songs of it, Rise, Touching the Divine, and The Death of Me. He never disappoints on his set lists.

The crowd was amazing. Standing on booths in the back, dancing, couples hanging onto each other and dancing, dressed up like it was the 80’s, it was a cool vibe to be present in. Make sure you get out and see Tom if he is in your town. Well worth ever penny.  Click HERE for more Tom info and tour dates.