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Jeff LaBar

Best known because the longtime business lead guitarist for the 1980s glam pop-metal music group Cinderella, Jeff LaBar was created Jeffrey Philip LaBar in March 18, 1963 in Darby, Pa. He became a member of Cinderella when first guitarist Michael Smerick (also called Michael Kelly Smith) still left in 1985, and continued to be the group’s lead guitarist through its following configurations and revivals with the initial decade from the 21st hundred years, in addition to working with aspect projects like Nude Beggars and Cheap Excitement. He released his initial solo record, One for the street, in 2014, where he played all of the musical instruments himself aside from drums, and managed all of the songwriting and performing. The results weren’t too much from a Cinderella record, comprising hard rock and roll/pop songs finished with some the blues, with an acoustic ballad or two for pacing.

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