Sound: This performance was nearly two months a go now but it is still all fresh in my memory. It was Cinderella's 25th anniversary tour. Tom Keifer's voice was great despite what it has been through. The guitars, bass and piano were also of very good quality. The drums were too, but a bit too loud compared to the rest of the music but nothing to complain about. // 9
Perfomance: The show was fantastic every one was singing along and screaming till their voice was in ruins and screaming even more. They played all their best songs including nobody's fool, gypsy road, don't know what you've got till it's gone. They played those three all in a row and it was something really special. There was a huge banner bearing the name "CINDERELLA" in their unique style. It was really exciting waiting for them to come on and seeing that hanging there. // 10
Overall Impression: The show was in England, London at the O2 Sheppard's bush empire 25th June. There were two opening acts, Voodoo 6 and Houston. I hadn't heard of either of them until the tickets were booked. Voodoo 6 were shoddy and had this thing where they tried to get the audience to join in by holding their finger up to the sky. Most people looked at them confused. Houston were excellent. Very heavily influenced by Van Halen. I was allowed in to the arena early and something amazing happened. Whilst I was having a wee Houston started their sound check. They played hold on, for this which is the perfect song to pee to. The whole experience was rather surreal and most amazing. Cinderella were (inevitably) more excellent than Houston which meant the build up to Cinderella was definitely worth while.
During the pause between Houston and Cinderella, the song "Rock 'N' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution" was played on the speakers and the whole audience joined in drowning out the speakers. Overall it was one hell of a performance by both Cinderella and Houston. // 10