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DEF LEPPARD FRONTMAN NOT ASHAMED OF BAND'S SIGNATURE SOUND

The band has been together for so long, that they've come full circle and are more comfortable in sounding like Def Leppard than ever before.
14 Feb 2017 – 12:29 PM EST

Just released is Def Leppard's new concert film and double CD, titled And There Will Be A Next Time - Live From Detroit. The DVD/Blu-ray was captured on July 15th, 2016 in Clarkston, Michigan's DTE Energy Music Theatre -- still lovingly referred to as "Pine Knob" by Detroiters after its longstanding original name. Along with such era-defining hits as "Photograph," "Animal," "Pour Some Sugar On Me," and "Rock Of Ages," the collection also features newer tunes, such as "Man Enough" and the set's opening track -- "Let's Go."

Joe Elliott

"They have to have our identity in them or they might as well be Tom Waits, y'know, or R.E.M. We have a signature sound that we're not scared of anymore. I think we were, right around the Slang period of our career (in 1996). We were frightening to death of ourselves, I think -- but not so much anymore. Y'know, so, they've got the classic Leppard trademark of big guitars, drums, vocal harmonies to the high heavens, y'know?"

June 22 - St Louis, MO - Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
June 24 - Chicago, IL - Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
June 25 - Indianapolis, IN - Klipsch Music Center:
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