Fan-filmed video footage of CINDERELLA frontman Tom Keifer’s October 14 performance at Underground in Cologne, Germany can be seen below.
Keifer’s wife, Nashville singer-songwriter Savannah Snow, had an emergency appendectomy on September 20 after suffering abdominal pains prior to Tom’s concert in Houston. Tom told Eddie Trunk during a September 21 appearance on Trunk’s SiriusXM satellite radio show, “Eddie Trunk Live”: “It’s crazy, man. We had a really, really bad scare. We were down touring through Texas and Oklahoma, and she started to feel very sick and have a lot of pain on [September 19]. By the time we got on the bus [after the Houston show that night], she looked so bad, I said, ‘We’re going straight to the emergency room when we get back to Nashville.’ And sure enough, she had appendicitis. It had ruptured, and she went under emergency appendectomy. So really, really scary. She’s doing better now, though. The surgery went well.”
Savannah wrote and co-produced some of Keifer’s debut solo album, “The Way Life Goes”, which sold 5,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 78 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD was released on in April 2013 via Merovee Records (through Warner Music Group’s Independent Label Group).
In a 2013 interview with Daily News, Tom stated about his wife: “She is a very talented singer/songwriter in her own right, probably one of the best songwriters I’ve ever met. She is the co-producer [on ‘The Way Life Goes’], and she wrote a lot of the songs on the record.”