DEF LEPPARD Members Perform Live On L.A. Radio Station

Guitarist Vivian Campbell's (DEF LEPPARD, ex-WHITESNAKE) web site has been updated with the following message:

"On January 5, 2005, [DEF LEPPARD members] Joe [Elliott], Phil [Collen] and Vivian were on 'Jonesy's Jukebox', an L.A. radio show with the SEX PISTOLS' Steve Jones. The two-hour program featured songs from THE CYBERNAUTS, Phil's new band MAN-RAZE, and. . . CLOCK! It was great to hear 'What's Wrong With You' over the net (as we're not in L.A.), and we're hoping to hear something from the RIVERDOGS next time.

"The fellas also did some songs live in the studio including 'Pour Some Sugar On Me', 'Ziggy Stardust', and 'Bang A Gong'.

"Other highlights include the guys hilarious version of 'Rainbow Down the Pub', as well as their stellar performance as the 'Sex Tramps'. Perhaps the funniest moment of all, however, was when host Steve Jones mistakenly called CLOCK 'CLUCK', as in, like a chicken!"

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