DEF LEPPARD Drummer To Wed?
According to the Sheffield Star newspaper and several sources, DEF LEPPARD drummer Rick Allen and his girlfriend Lauren Monroe are getting closer to their wedding date. It is unclear when they will marry but an Oct. 18 date appears likely in the Los Angeles area.
"The Sheffield rock legend tied the knot with Lauren Anne Monroe, a massage therapy teacher with whom he has created a successful charitable music foundation," the newspaper reports. "Rick's mum Kathleen, who lives in Stannington, has flown to America with Rick's step-dad Jim Daly. The wedding has been planned for about a year."
In other news, DEF LEPPARD have postponed their Indian tour according to the Oct. 8 edition of the Mid-Day newspaper.
"According to industry sources, logistical problems have come in the way of the India leg," the paper says. "There has been no decision about when the band will now tour India."
(Thanks: Satellite Of Love)
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