Three Rock Bands Close Out Clearfield County Fair

Tom Keifer of Cinderella. (Steven McDole)

Saturday night saw three bands take the stage for a night of rock music.  Firehouse, Slaughter and Cinderella got the crowd cheering and fist pumping throughout the night.  For Firehouse this is part of their twentieth anniversary tour and for Cinderella this was part of their twenty-fifth anniversary tour.

According to officials, 3,800 tickets were sold prior to the event.  The seats at track level were removed to have standing room only.  The shows began at 7:00 with each band playing for an hour and an hour intermission between each band.

“We released our first album twenty years ago today.  Thank you all for supporting us,” said CJ Snare as their time neared its end.

Firehouse went first playing songs from past album such as Love of a Life Time and three songs from their newest album “Full Circle”.

“Everything so far has been a warm-up.  You are in for a hell of a night,” said CJ Snare passing the torch onto the following acts.

Slaughter put on a show with songs such as Burning Bridges.  The group put on a performance with their lead vocals at one point descending from the sage down into the crowd itself for two songs.  All the band, including the drummer strove to entertain as they sang.

Cinderella, a band that originated in Philadelphia, brought on the light show for the night.  They sang some classics such as “Heartbreak Station.”

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