DEF LEPPARD's Monday, August 10 and Tuesday, August 11 performances in Nashville and Birmingham, respectively, have been postponed due to the circumstances surrounding a band member's bereavement. No further specifics concerning the matter have been released. Ticket holders are asked to hold their tickets, pending further details of the concerts' rescheduling."We were looking forward to returning to Nashville and Birmingham," said the band in a joint statement. "So we're going to do all that we can to get back there soon." DEF LEPPARD is currently on the road with POISON and CHEAP TRICK. DEF LEPPARD recently released deluxe editions of its classic albums "Pyromania" and "Adrenalize". The albums feature never-before-released B-sides and live recordings as well as nine Top 10 singles from the legendary rock band. The deluxe edition of "Pyromania" features a 15-track live show recorded at The Forum in Los Angeles in 1983. The deluxe edition of "Adrenalize" features demo tracks, live tracks and acoustic tracks.
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