Jeff LaBar at Festivalna Hall, Sofia, June 15, 2011.
|Birth name||Jeffrey Philip LaBar|
|Born||March 18, 1963|
|Origin||Darby, Pennsylvania, United States|
Jeffrey Philip LaBar (born March 18, 1963, in Darby, Pennsylvania) is an American guitarist most famous for playing in the glam rock band Cinderella, in which he replaced original guitarist Michael Smerick, also known as Michael Kelly Smith.
During Cinderella's temporary break-up in the mid-1990s, LaBar supported himself by running a pizza shop with his brother and by doing assorted construction jobs.
LaBar was also in a side band with Cinderella bandmate Eric Brittingham called Naked Beggars. In April 2007 LaBar and his wife parted ways with Naked Beggars. They hosted an internet radio show "Late Night with the LaBar's" on www.realityradio.biz.
LaBar's debut solo record "One For The Road" was released August 2014. Jeff will be touring his solo record with his son Sebastian and Jasmine Cain.
- 1985 to 2017 - Cinderella
- 2004 to 2007 - Naked Beggars
- 2008 to 2009 - Freakshow
- 2013 to 2014 - Cheap Thrill
- 2014 to present - Jeff LaBar Solo
In an interview from 2016, LaBar admitted to having a substance abuse problems with alcohol for years, and blamed the substance abuse for Cinderella's inactivity.
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