DEF LEPPARD Are Still Rolling In The Dough
According to the Feb. 17 edition of the London Evening Standard, DEF LEPPARD earned $7 million pounds (approximately $13 million) in 2003. The paper placed DEF LEPPARD No. 19 in the Top 20 music earners for the last year.
In other news, the Sheffield Today web site is reporting that DEF LEPPARD singer Joe Elliott and bassist Rick Savage will perform at a charity concert called "Sincerely Sheffield" on March 12 at the City Hall in Sheffield, U.K. Other stars performing at the event include John Parr, Paul Carrack and John Riley.
"This is a one-off concert with some of the world's biggest rock superstars from our region agreeing to take part," said Bev Lister, the event's founder and co-ordinator.
(Thanks: The Def Leppard Satellite Of Love)
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