DEF LEPPARD Perform On German TV: Photos Available

DEF LEPPARD performed the track "Two Steps Behind" last Saturday (Nov. 27) on "50 Years Of Rock/Love Songs", a German TV show that also included appearances by such artists as JOE COCKER, ROBIN GIBB, URIAH HEEP, EUROPE, THE CURE and many more. Footage of the show will be available on the group's official web site soon. In the meantime, you can check out some photos from the soundcheck rehearsals and a couple of backstage snapshots at DefLeppard.com.

As previously reported, DEF LEPPARD singer Joe Elliott made a surprise appearance with THE SENSATIONAL ALEX HARVEY BAND on Nov. 21 at the Boardwalk in Sheffield, U.K. During the encore, the band and Joe performed "Boston Tea Party" from the 1976 THE SENSATIONAL ALEX HARVEY BAND album "The Sensational Alex Harvey Band Stories". The song was recorded with 16-track mobile recorder, and it is likely that it will released at some point in the future.

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