DEF LEPPARD's PHIL COLLEN To Guest On '3 Guys Pickin'
DEF LEPPARD guitarist Phil Collen sat down with Chicago's "3 Guys Pickin" cable access show to play some guitar and talk about such topics as "Hysteria", performing acoustically, unreleased B-sides, QUEEN, the DEF LEPPARD movie, and the band's "X" and "Slang" albums. Phil also performed "4 Letter Word" on acoustic on the program. Exclusive live DEF LEPPARD performances include "Let's Get Rocked", "Action" and "Make Love Like A Man". Video clips are also shown, including Joe Elliott and Phil performing "Hysteria" acoustically. This is a two-part episode, with the first one airing April 24 and the second one slated for May 1.
"3 Guys Pickin" features Tyler, Brodie and Dave the Extra waxing philosophical about today's pop culture, with celeb interviews, skits, live music and lots of bravado. It airs Monday nights at 10:30 p.m. on cable channel 19 within Chicago city limits only.
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