DEF LEPPARD: TV Appearances Confirmed

DEF LEPPARD's web site has been updated with the following message:

"DEF LEPPARD's new album, 'Yeah!', has taken off, and the band is just about ready to embark on its U.S. tour. As a preview for its North American fans, the band will appear on two U.S. television shows.

"On Friday, June 23, DEF LEPPARD will appear on CBS' 'Late Late Show', which airs at 12:35 a.m. ET/PT. And on Monday, June 26 they'll stop by the set of the syndicated morning show 'Live with Regis & Kelly'.

"DEF LEPPARD will play one or two songs on each show. The band begins the North American leg of its tour this Friday at the Tweeter Center in Camden, N.J."

DEF LEPPARD's covers set, "Yeah!" (Mercury/Universal), has sold 74,000 copies in the United States since its May 23 release. The CD is said to be "a heartfelt and hard-rocking tribute" to DEF LEPPARD's musical heroes of the late '60s and '70s — THE KINKS, BADFINGER, T. REX, DAVID BOWIE, SWEET, ROXY MUSIC, MOTT THE HOOPLE, FREE, FACES, and THIN LIZZY.


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