Launch Radio Networks reports: DEF LEPPARD had a surprise guest at their show in Los Angeles on Friday (October 13). For the encore at the Hollywood Bowl, the band welcomed country superstar Tim McGraw to the stage, and he pitched in vocals on a version of "Pour Some Sugar On Me". There's no word on whether McGraw will make further appearances with DEF LEPPARD, or whether they might return the favor at one of his concerts.DEF LEPPARD and JOURNEY have been on a wildly successful tour this summer and fall, and their next show is tomorrow (Thursday, October 19) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The groups will close things out November 19 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. DEF LEPPARD will release a deluxe version of their 1987 album "Hysteria" next Tuesday (October 24). The expanded edition, which is marking the album's 20th anniversary, comes in a two-CD package with the original album, all the single B-sides, live B-sides, remixes, and an ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK cover that has DEF LEPPARD backing their tour manager.
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