L.A. TIMES SUMMER CONCERT SERIES AT O.C. FAIR INCLUDES DYNAMITE DOUBLE BILL WITH CINDERELLA & SEB BACH, AUG. 3
Cinderella and ex-Skidrow screamer Sebastian Bach are bringing the metal to the Orange County Fair’s Los Angeles Times Summer Concert Series, which kicks off July 13 and runs through August 12 at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa. The bands’ double-headliner bill on August 3 is the hardest rocking and best option in the series – although Heart, on August 9, and Weird Al Yankovich, on August 12, are also sure to be great shows.
Following various member changes over the years, the current incarnation of Cinderella is the original killer quartet – frontman Tom Kiefer, drummer Fred Courey, bassist Eric Brittingham and shredder Jeff LaBar – that rocked the ’80s and ’90s with arena anthems and ballsy power ballads like “Shake Me,” “Nobody’s Fool” and “The More Things Change.”
Cinderella, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2011, hasn’t had a new studio album since 1994’s Still Climbing, so expect the O.C. gig to be a hits-packed show.
Bach (right) is sure to rock Skidrow classics like “Youth Gone Wild” and “I Remember You” along with tunes from his very hot and heavy latest solo release Kicking and Screaming.