DEF LEPPARD drummer Rick Allen was recently interviewed on "The Bob & Tom Show", a syndicated U.S. radio program established by Bob Kevoian and Tom Griswold at radio station WFBQ in Indianapolis, Indiana. Rick spoke about the ways in which his accident has been a blessing, including Raven Drum Foundation and Wounded Warriors Project; support from his band and those close to him, and more. Rick also talks on the lighter side of being in DEF LEPPARD, like pranks amongst the band, singer Joe Elliott putting his own "spin" on the band's lyrics, and guitarist Phil Collen always having his shirt off. You can now listen to the chat using the SoundCloud player below.DEF LEPPARD will make a return to the United States this June with a massive summer tour which will include fellow rockers POISON and LITA FORD. DEF LEPPARD's influential career includes numerous hit singles and ground-breaking multi-platinum albums — including two of the best-selling albums of all time, "Pyromania" and "Hysteria". Most recently, the band released their first live album, "Mirror Ball: Live & More" last summer, which rose to the Top 20 on The Billboard 200 chart. The album captures the group's legendary concert experience, bringing together live versions of classic LEPPARD hits such as "Rock Of Ages", "Pour Some Sugar on Me" and "Foolin'". With 100 million records sold worldwide and two prestigious Diamond Awards to their credit, DEF LEPPARD — Joe Elliott (vocals), Vivian Campbell (guitar), Phil Collen (guitar), Rick "Sav" Savage (bass) and Rick Allen (drums) — continues to be one of the most important forces in rock music. Over the course of their career, the band has produced a series of classic groundbreaking albums that set the sound for generations of music fans and artists alike. The group's spectacular live shows, filled with powerful melodic rock anthems, have become synonymous with their name. For the past thirty years the band's concerts have become must-see events and have quickly made them an institution in the touring industry, as they continue to sell out arenas worldwide.