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Def Leppard Tour History Fan Archive.

Fan Review - By Cyndy

Def Leppard rocked out Providence's Dunkin Donuts Arena Wednesday night with Reo Speedwagon and Styx accompanying them. Def Leppard took the stage and performed one of their best shows yet despite the illness lead singer, Joe Elliott and Guitarist, Phil Collen were fighting off. They performed songs from past albums including "High N Dry", "Pyromania" and "Hysteria" to name a few. They performed their latest song "Nine Lives" originally recorded with Tim McGraw.

The highlight of the evening was an acoustical performance of their hit "Two Steps Behind". The fans went wild as the band stood at the end of the stage extension and serenaded the crowd.

The guys look and sound better than ever. Their style and class make their concerts enjoyable for everyone. Their versatile fan base goes to show that you didn't need to be around in the 80's to love these guys. Fans young and old showed up to be entertained and entertained they were.

I was most impressed by the band's direct interaction with their audience. They prove over and over they are dedicated, genuine and not above a friendly handshake or hug from an adoring fan.

With their new album being released in May 2008, "Songs From The Sparkle Lounge", Def Leppard is sure to remain one of the best bands of all times.