This live CD of Cinderella’s Live at the Keyclub is a perfect complement to Once Upon A… Tom Keifer’s voice has as much of an edge to it as ever and every song sends chills down your back. I’ve always liked much of this band’s music, but it wasn’t until recently that I immersed myself in them.From the opening riff of The More Things Change to Shake Me, the songs never lose intensity. I particularly like how they go straight from Don’t Know What You’ve Got (Till It’s Gone) to Nobobdy’s Fool. Shelter Me and Night Songs are a couple of the highlights on this CD; Tom does a good job trying to get the crowd to participate, though they could have been louder.Don’t be deterred by the fact that VH-1 has branded Cinderella as just another 80’s hard rock act. The simple fact is that if you like Rock N’Roll, you’ll enjoy this disc. With the release of this CD, it would seem to this fan that Cinderella is serious about making music and has no plans to throw in the towel. As Keifer says in Coming Home, “I took a walk down a road, it’s the road I was meant to stay.” I can only hope that they’ll be on the road soon promoting it.