DEF LEPPARD Singer Reportedly Calls POISON Drummer A 'F**king Idiot' During Texas Concert
"C'mon C'mon", the new video from DEF LEPPARD, can be viewed below.
DEF LEPPARD kicked off the second leg of its U.S. tour Wednesday night (July 30) at the Dodge Arena in Hidalgo, Texas. In her review of the show, Miriam Ramirez of The Monitor wrote, "[DEF LEPPARD singer Joe] Elliott used his time on stage to fuel the ongoing beef between [him and] POISON drummer Rikki Rockett and Bret Michaels who were forced to defend their rock credentials after a jab from Elliott. 'Just like Rikki Rockett... f-ing idiot. He's just never seen a good band before,' Elliott said after some technical difficulties."
DEF LEPPARD's setlist was as follows:
03. Let's Get Rocked
04. C'mon C'mon
06. Mirror, Mirror
07. Nine Lives
08. Love Bites
09. Rock On (acoustic)
10. Two Steps Behind (acoustic)
11. Bringin' on the Heartache
13. Armageddon It
15. Pour Some Sugar on Me
16. Bad Actress
17. Rock of Ages
This tour supports DEF LEPPARD's newest album, "Songs From The Sparkle Lounge", which debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200. The band's ninth studio album contains 11 new songs, including "Nine Lives", featuring a collaboration with country music superstar Tim McGraw.
(Thanks: Colin in Texas)
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