DEF LEPPARD Frontman To Take Part In Twitter Q&A Session
DEF LEPPARD frontman Joe Elliott will take part in his first Twitter fan question-and-answer session on Thursday, May 2 at 5 p.m. EST.
Visit @Def_Leppard on Twitter where Joe will be answering your questions about DEF LEPPARD, Viva! Hysteria, DED FLATBIRD, DOWN 'N' OUTZ or anything else on your mind. Be sure to add the hashtag #AskJoe to your question post.
DEF LEPPARD recently completed an eleven-show residency at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel And Casino in Las Vegas. Produced exclusively by AEG Live, the shows saw the band play its 1987 album, "Hysteria", in its entirety as well as a selection of its greatest hits, highlighting classic material from throughout its career. Viva Hysteria! featured an elaborate set design created only for DEF LEPPARD's Las Vegas residency.
DEF LEPPARD last year joined the long list of rockers who have re-recorded their biggest hits in note-perfect renditions. The "2012" versions of "Pour Some Sugar On Me" and "Rock Of Ages" are now available at various digital retailers and in December the band cut five acoustic songs performed during their "Rock Of Ages" tour for a medley released to iTunes.
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