Jacky Bam Bam

Jacky Bam Bam

Jacky Bam Bam

93.3 WMMR welcomed home Tom Keifer! The Galaxy Rock Dog got things shakin Friday, June 30th  at the Keswick Theatre, hosted by Jacky Bam Bam.

A lot of us grew up watching him on MTV, listening to him on WMMR and seeing the shows at  The Galaxy and the Empire Rock Room. He always gives 110 percent on stage.

The Tom Keifer Band along with Winger and John Corabi rocked North Keswick Ave.

Special thanks for the photos by Steve Trager.

Sources: discogs.com, allmusic.com, MetalEdgeMag.com.
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Tom Keifer

Tom Keifer is best known as the singer and songwriter for Cinderella. Born in Springfield, Pennsylvania in 1962, this Delco kid began playing guitar while other kids we’re picking out polyester with their parents at the MacDade Mall. In the early 1980s, Tom and his good friend, Eric Brittingham formed Cinderella… and the rest is history. Their song catalogue runs deep with singles like “Shelter Me,” “Coming Home,” “Last Mile,” “Shake Me”, “Don’t Know What You Got (Till It’s Gone)”, and “Nobody’s Fool”.

Keifer released his first solo album, The Way Life Goes  in 2013. His sophomore album, Rise, dropped in 2019. Tom Keifer remains a resilient, relevant figure in the rock world through constant reimagination and renewal.

Tom Keifer and Jacky Bam Bam
Jacky Bam Bam with his old pal Tom Keiffer. Always a great time when they get together.


Kip Winger, Reb Beach, Paul Taylor, and John Roth formedWinger in Springfield, Missouri, in 1986. The band’s name was a combination of Kip Winger’s last name and the word “winger,” which is slang for a guitar player.

Winger released their debut album, Winger, in 1988. The album reached number 11 on the Billboard 200 chart and spawned the hit singles “Seventeen” and “Headed for Tomorrow.” Winger’s unique sound, which combined elements of hard rock, glam metal, and pop, helped the album achieve commercial success. The band’s music was also known for its catchy melodies and Winger’s soaring vocals. Winger released another album, In the Heart of the Young, in 1990. Their latest album, Seven, was released in 2023. It came out on May 5th on Frontiers Label.

John Corabi

Philly boy, John Corabi  was the frontman and founder of The Scream, and the frontman of Mötley Crüe during Vince Neil’s hiatus.

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