DEF LEPPARD: VH1 Biopic To Re-Air This Week

VH1's DEF LEPPARD biopic, "Hysteria: The Def Leppard Story", is scheduled for another showing on VH1 on March 18 at 4:00 p.m. The movie, which stars Anthony Michael Hall, Amber Valletta and Orlando Seale, among others, was released on DVD in January. The 89-minute DVD was issued by Paramount Home Video and is rated R.

DEF LEPPARD and BRYAN ADAMS will co-headline headline the Rock 'N Roll Double-Header Tour this summer. Two of the most popular rock acts to ever take the stage, will team up for the first time and perform at 26 minor league baseball stadiums. BRYAN ADAMS and DEF LEPPARD, combined, have sold more than 100 million albums worldwide. Each made their album debut in 1980 — and 25 years later they are still hitting home runs as each releases a new album in 2005.

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